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On Tue, 24 Sep 2019 16:16:48 +0100, Willi_9
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photographed ~2 weeks ago.


Nice shot. What is rowan fruit ? Cannot recall hearing the term
before.

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this tree is sometimes called 'mounrain-ash' because of the leafage. in fact it is a member of the rose-familiy (sorbus aucuparia). the one in the image is a wild plant. there are cultivars though, whose fruit are edible at least in preserved form.

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