Perhaps the most tenacious of life was that concerning the rowan-tree or mountain-ash.
Pyrus Americana (American mountain-ash), common along shores.
In addition to these larches he planted a little grove of beech, pine, and mountain-ash.
Sibyl always regarded his offer under the mountain-ash as the second time.
For though it is fond of worms, and dotes on the berries of the mountain-ash, it has a perfect passion for snails.
Singing to them, sitting on a mountain-ash tree, is a sleek robin.
I shall look forth from my window, the laburnum and the mountain-ash becoming mere silhouettes in the foreground of my vision.
The mountain-ash berries across the field stood fierily out from the dark leaves, for a moment.
Autumn will make the boughs of my mountain-ash scarlet, and, later, the asbestos in my grate will put forth its blossoms of flame.
It should be taken into account, however, that the mountain-ash is not long-lived, and that this was already an old tree.