(1) Our own native rowan , Sorbus aucuparia, has orange-red berries, which appear in early September and which have largely been eaten by the end of the same month.(2) The steeper slopes and cliffs of Augill support a mixed woodland of ash, birch and rowan with an interesting ground flora including species such as bluebell, sanicle and wood avens.(3) Pollen studies by scientists have revealed that both of the island chains were once covered in dense woodlands of birch, alder, willow, hazel, rowan and aspen.(4) There is also a plentiful growth of rowan and willow, particularly over the past half dozen years.(5) Wind-stunted bushes of willow, hazel, birch and rowan hugged the heather.(6) The rest will be a mosaic of birch, rowan , wild cherry, alder, juniper and holly.(7) More native trees will be encouraged such as ash, alder, oak and rowan along streams and in the north west of the wood near Over Silton.(8) In some cases, for example, hawthorn and rowan , leaves appear before flowers; in others, like blackthorn, pear and willow, the flowers are first visible.(9) Plant berry-bearing plants in your garden, such as hawthorn, rowan , holly, cotoneaster and berberis.(10) Among the new species of 5,000 trees - which students from Newton Rigg College have helped to plant - are sessile, oak, ash, hazel, rowan , alder and holly.(11) Much of the weed was cleared out to allow easy angling, though plenty of silver birch, rowan , alder, sycamore and pine remain to provide a scenic backdrop.(12) Australians call these mountain ash, but they are unrelated to the rowan and mountain ash of Europe and North America.(13) More than 60 acres of broadleaf cover including oak, birch and rowan will be created on six farms along a scenic stretch of the River Esk, from Westerdale to Sleights, near Whitby.(14) The Croft garden doesn't have many large trees from which we can gather more than a barrow or two of leaves, but of those we do have - rowan and Norway maple - put on a colourful show before leaf-fall.(15) Compared to native varieties, the existing trees have proved to be unsuccessful in creating a thriving, natural habitat and, in October, they will be replaced with oak, rowan , birch and holly to attract wildlife and insects.(16) Until very recently, the wood comprised mainly of Norway spruce with beech, Scots pine, oak, grey willow and birch, with some rowan and holly in the shrub layer.