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eattheplanet.org/hawthorn-an-ornamental-tree-with-edible-fruit

Hawthorn Fruit. Hawthorn fruit is edible and delicious. The seeds are likely about as poisonous as apple seeds, see the ‘cautions’ section below. The washington hawthorn tree has small berries grouped into clusters. Even this species with its small berries is worth finding. I usually take a mouthful of hawthorn fruit and spit out the seeds.

www.ehow.com/info_7848401_types-trees-produce-edible-berries.html

Types of Hawthorn Trees That Produce Edible Berries. There are many varieties of Hawthorn (Crataegus) that produce edible, red berries and leaves.The rather small berries are cream-colored inside with a large stone in the center. The taste is slightly sweet with a more unpalatable aftertaste when eaten raw. Hawthorn berries are not commonly used as...

wildfoodshomegarden.com/Hawthorn.html

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.

ouroneacrefarm.com/2013/11/03/hawthorn-berries-identify-harvest-make-extract

Clusters of edible red berries in fall; ... they are hawthorn trees for sure – the single berry types. Can send you pics, if you’d like to add them to your collection of tree ID pics. 🙂 I was so leery about them, cause yeah, the trees are so tall and not a thorn anywhere on them! But the berry clumps are gorgeous on them!

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crataegus_monogyna

Edible "berries", petals, and leaves. The fruit of hawthorn, called haws, are edible raw but are commonly made into jellies, jams, and syrups, used to make wine, or to add flavour to brandy. Botanically they are pomes, but they look similar to berries.

www.eattheweeds.com/the-crataegus-clan-food-poison-2

Hawthorn Harvest. by DEANE. in Alcohol, beverage, Edible Raw ... The fruit is edible but there isn’t much of it. That and the leaves are used as medicine. ... My ambition is to be become self-sufficient in hawthorn berries grown on trees in my own garden as my health has dramatically improved since I started eating them.

www.ediblewildfood.com/common-hawthorn.aspx

Edible parts: Leaves can be gathered in spring for use in salads or at any time (before they change colour) for teas.Flower petals can be used in salads in spring. Hawthorn berries typically taste better after a frost but can be used before a frost depending on your taste buds. Berries can be used to make jams, jellies, and in baked goods.

usesofherbs.com/hawthorn

The botanical name for common hawthorn is Cratagus monogyna. It can grow up to 8 meters (25 feet). Hawthorn is the state flower of Missouri, USA. Common Hawthorn is Edible! The leaves, flowers and berries are all edible. The hawthorn is known as “the bread and cheese tree”. The young leaves have been used traditionally on sandwiches.

www.permaculture.co.uk/articles/many-benefits-hawthorn

Hawthorn, like other trees, can give off a new growth spurt around the end of July, sometimes referred to as the lammas flush. This is another opportunity to harvest new leaves, although in far smaller quantities. Berries: Late September-October (dependent on species and location). Key constituents

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crataegus

Crataegus (/ k r ə ˈ t iː ɡ ə s /), commonly called hawthorn, quickthorn, thornapple, May-tree, whitethorn, or hawberry, is a genus of several hundred species of shrubs and trees in the family Rosaceae, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Europe, Asia and North America. The name "hawthorn" was originally applied to the species native to northern Europe, especially ....