I ordered this Rowan tree as a retirement gift for my mum. It arrived promptly and in good condition.
It's a honestly priced shrub and will hopefully do well in a pot outdoors until we decide the perfect place for it.
(Posted on 30/09/2014)
I ordered this Rowan Tree for my mum's 50th birthday. As I currently live abroad I was looking for a gift that I could organize easily and feel content that it would arrive. My mum was very happy with the tree and the only issue I would report would be that I had requested delivery for Friday 15th August and it didn't actually arrive until Monday HOWEVER- as my parents live on the outer Hebrides I think treetomydoor did well enough ;) (Posted on 19/08/2014)
I ordered a rowan tree from you for my sister’s 60th birthday four years ago, which she loved. It was so small when it came that we said that it was more like a twiglet than a baby tree. It was in a large pot in my garden for two years as my sister was moving between bases. It is now a strapping, beautiful tree but is still affectionately referred to as Twiglet. It now resides in France with my sister. Thank you for the pleasure it has given us both. (Posted on 23/04/2013)
What an amazing gift to get for the birth of our son Zaid, born on 30.11.2010
It has been planted now in a pot and growing very well (Posted on 09/05/2011)
Hello I have seen rowan tree online i was wondering if it was the same one that you can have around in the roads and in parks they are quite small with bunchs of red berries on them
Question by: Chelsey on 23 Sep 2013 19:22:58
Yes, you are right the trees that you describe are Rowan trees. There is a bumper crop of berries this year. Our Rowan tree gifts are saplings are can produce berries from 4 or 5 years after delivery.