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There are little pink roses, snowy mespilus and arbours.
This fruit, botanically named mespilus germanica, grows wild throughout south eastern Europe and into central Asia.
If you are planting in a damp area, for instance, you will be fine with all the willows, our native silver birch (Betula pendula), the lovely river birch (Betula nigra), and snowy mespilus (Amelanchier lamarckii), which, along with my favourite magnolia, is one of the great flowering trees.
Amelanchier lamarcki, Snowy mespilus A superb, multi-use large shrub or small tree.
A rival to the flowering cherries in spring and autumn is the snowy mespilus (amelanchier lamarckii), not huge and ideal for group planting.
Hot snow Amelanchier lamarckii, sometimes known as the snowy mespilus or serviceberry, is a large shrub thickly covered with lovely whitish blossom in spring, but in autumn it will look as if it's on fire.
ALSO known as the snowy mespilus, it's a cross between a large shrub and small tree.