The Common Rowan is often found in inaccessible locations such a steep hillsides. It is also known as the Mountain Ash, because its leaves are similar to the Common Ash. The Rowan has pinnate leaves with up to 15 leaflets (9 leaflets on the Ash), white flowers in spring and red berries in late summer.

Rowan on a damp April day before flowering
Berries appearing on Rowan in June