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.
Small & colorful, the Washington Hawthorn Tree displays a variety of colors throughout the seasons. Also a great choice for bird enthusiasts. Buy today! ... The flowers yield to red berries September to October that persist throughout winter and are eaten by songbirds, such as Cedar Waxwings, also ruffed grouse and fox sparrow. Wood duck ...
Hawthorn trees have many positiveness and negatives, but some of the biggest positives are their full-figure shape, they need little pruning and beautiful blooms in spring. They have year round interest with the flowers, but also in fall and winter because of the berries (which songbirds love).
Hawthorne (Crataegus) is deciduous and a member of the rose family.The common name for hawthorne comes from haw, which is an old English word for "hedge."The tree's name simply means "thorny hedge." After the British General Enclosures Act of 1845 hawthorn was used extensively as hedgerow because of its thorny nature and quick growth, angering peasants who no longer could e...
The newest addition to the Encore Azalea collection The newest addition to the Encore Azalea collection Autumn Fire produces blazing true red semi-double blooms. Its glossy dark green foliage deepens to a saturated purple bronze in winter adding year round appeal to gardens.
The Washington hawthorn is a small, colorful tree that will brighten any landscape. Its pleasant display begins with reddish-purple leaves emerging in spring, then turning dark green as they are joined by a graceful display of white flowers. In autumn, the leaves turn orange, scarlet or purple.
Rare Dwarf Crataegus Hawthorn 'Compacta' Moyogi (Informal) Style Bonsai Tree. Hawthorn Compacta has Very Small Leaves, Flowers and Berries. It also has a Very Compact Growth Habit and is Slow Growing.
English hawthorn, also called common, one-seed or single-seed hawthorn, is an introduced tree that has naturalized in the Pacific Northwest. This small tree spreads readily by seed into woodlands and open fields, often creating a dense, thorny thicket. Its abundant red berries are attractive to ...
NOTE: If you are not interested in growing Hawthorn trees, but just finding the berries and using them, try going to the Nature's Restaurant Online site for Hawthorn Berries.Since Nature's Restaurant Online is about finding plant/trees/mushrooms in the wild, there are the most common types you will find in Eastern North America listed with pictures and descriptions.
The Hawthorn Tree has fragrant white blossom in late spring and early summer, covering the tree in a mass of tiny white flowers. Glossy dark green leaves turn red, orange and yellow in autumn amongst which clusters of shiny red berries appear. Fully hardy. Makes an ideal protective hedge and encourages wildlife.