Oak leaf mountain ash
Sorbus thuringiaca ‘Fastigiata’ – Oak leaf mountain ash, bastard service tree
As with many of the eye-catching flowering trees, Rowans are related to the rose family. Its clusters of white flowers later turn into bright orange berries that birds love.
Rowans are not related to ash trees, they are called this way because of the resemblance to their leaves. This particular rowan doesn’t even have that characteristic, making its naming even more confusing.
A regular mountain ash can grow quite chaotic. The Oak Leaf Mountain Ash however, grows slowly forming a compact, spherical crown. Regular mountain ash trees are best recognised for their big clusters of red berries in summer. The oak leaf mountain ash shines in spring, with big flower clusters. When they disappear, the tree’s appeal fades with them.
What you get
Effortlessly grow majestic 3D trees using the Grove's twig 3D models. Twigs attach to trees grown with the Grove 3D tree growing software, adding incredible detail and realism. Twigs are modeled to scale from actual trees. Textures are captured with correct color and reflectance.
Included is a Blender (.blend) file and texture maps. The twig is materialized and ready to render in Blender's Cycles render engine. Using Blender's support for several file formats, you can grow your tree and export it to your preferred application for rendering. Please read Build for details about exporting.