Different tree, in the fall.
Leaves are deciduous, pinnately compound, 7-9" long, with 9-15 leaflets, each about 1-2" long with serrated margins along the upper half of the leaf. Dark pale green upper surface, lighter green below, turning a beautiful red in the fall.
Flowers are white, small, about 1/3", white, borne in 6" wide flattened clusters.
Fruit is a small orange-red pome eaten by birds. 'Cardinal' is a bright red fruited cultivar.
Stems are thick, smooth by summer, with a large terminal bud that is covered with white hairs. Often with distinct lenticels. Trunk is more or less smooth.
Goes by several common names, some have Rowan in them meaning Red head….
Chinese Pistachio maybe, it actually serves the same function in colder landscapes but has better looking flowers.
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