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Re: diversity and discernment
should have added that the Mountain Ash of the western part of North America
is the Sorbus sitchensis. It is also not a true ash nor it is a Rowan tree.
The Rowan tree is also known as Sorbus aucuparia - Rowan, Gaelic Caorunn,
Welsh Cerddin and Irish Caorthann.
The Natural Distribution is Commonest West and North of Britain but native
throughout Britain and Ireland. Also Europe, North Africa and Asia Minor.
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> > Rowan tree a the Mountain Ash.
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