The yew and mountain ash, dwarfed into mere shrubs, seem to cling with a precarious foothold to the face of the rock.
mountain ash (Pyrus americana) is closely related to the crabs.
The mountain ash is sometimes used to adapt pears to light sandy soils.
One mountain ash had lost its footing and fallen into the lake.
The crowd had moved away from Rodion's hut, and was coming along the street towards the mountain ash.
By the by, let no lover of woodland ever speak of a mountain ash when he means a rowan.
For a neighbour, not far away, there is also the Chteau de Rodes, set in the midst of a forest of mountain ash and quite isolated.
There must have been something about the mountain ash tree that he craved.
The acid may be obtained most conveniently from the juice of the berries of the mountain ash, or barberries.
There are several species--the white, red, black and mountain ash.