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Hawthorne (Crataegus Species)

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Hawthorne (Crataegus Species)

A small ornamental tree that produce edible bright red fruits which make excellent jams and jellies. Fruits (haws) are also loved by birds and used medicinally as a heart tonic. Beautiful flowers in spring and excellent fall color. Great planted as specimens or in a hedge. Self-fertile.

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Native to the western states, this very ornamental small tree or shrub has glossy dark green foliage that turns beautiful shades of orange and red in the fall. Pretty clusters of small white flower...
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Native to Southern Europe this small tree can grow up to 25 feet tall. Traditionally eaten fresh, in preserves, dried for tea, or made into wine, the fruits are also highly regarded as a herbal ton...
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Native to Southern Europe this small tree can grow up to 25 feet tall. Traditionally eaten fresh, in preserves, dried for tea, or made into wine, the fruits are also highly regarded as an herbal to...
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Very attractive short spreading tree has a beautiful branch pattern and is a pleasure to behold in the spring with its bright green new growth and showy flowers. Red blushed fruit ripens early summ...
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The Chinese Parasol Hawthorne is a small-medium sized deciduous tree that grows well in USDA Zones 7-9. It’s most known for its very large, palmately-veined, 3-5 lobed leaves (to 12” across) that a...
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Tejocote fruit, is the common name for pome fruits belonging to the Rosaceae family. Tejocote are a species of Mexican hawthorn native to Mexico. The plant produces tiny, apple-like fruits that rip...