Whitebeam

The whitebeams are members of the Rosaceae family, comprising subgenus Aria of genus Sorbus, and hybrids involving species of this subgenus and members of subgenera Sorbus, Torminaria and Chamaemespilus. They are deciduous trees with simple or lobed leaves, arranged alternately. They are related to the rowans (Sorbus subgenus Sorbus), and many of ...
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Whitebeam

(Sorbus) This is a large group or mostly hardy, deciduous trees and shrubs. They are very easily grown and among the most decorative trees for the yard providing an attractive display for more than one season. There are basically two different types of Sorbus. The plants belonging to the first type are commonly known as Whitebeams. They have simple...
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Whitebeam

• (n.) The common beam tree of England (Pyrus Aria); -- so called from the white, woolly under surface of the leaves.
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Whitebeam

White'beam` noun (Botany) The common beam tree of England ( Pyrus Aria ); -- so called from the white, woolly under surface of the leaves.
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whitebeam

Tree native to southern Europe, usually found growing on chalk or limestone. It can reach 20 m/60 ft in height. It takes its name from the dense coat of short white hairs on the underside of the leaves. (Genus Sorbus aria, family Rosaceae.)
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