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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.

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

Like Washington hawthorn, single-seeded hawthorn grows as a shrub or small tree, and bears clusters of white blooms in late spring. The oval red berries ripen a little earlier (than Washington hawthorn) in fall and contain a single seed (hence the name).

www.thetreecenter.com/washington-hawthorn-tree

As a final bonus the berries are edible. They are not particularly tasty raw, and have many seeds, but they do make excellent jellies high in vitamins and minerals, so you can add this tree to your edible garden. Hardiness. The Washington Hawthorn is hardy all the way into zone 3, but it also grows well in all but the hottest areas. Plant it in ...

home.howstuffworks.com/washington-hawthorn-tree.htm

Related species of Washington hawthorn tree: There are many other hawthorns of interest with white to pink, single or double flowers and edible, attractive fruit. Crataegus crus-galli Inermis, Thornless Cockspur Hawthorn, is an exceptional species with glossy, spathulate leaves, a wide oval crown, and no spurs.

www.ebay.com/bhp/hawthorn-tree

It is considered a large shrub or small tree, & it produces edible fruit. This Hawthorn is able to grow in a wide variety of conditions. They can grow in sun, part shade, or full shade.

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.

foxrivervalleynursery.com/Washington-Hawthorn-Tree_p_68.html

Crataegus Phaenopyrum - Growth to 25 feet. Small tree with pendulous branches, dark green, shiny leaves. 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. Edible Red berries extend the colorful show into winter. The berries are also eaten by songbirds, such as Cedar ...

www.thespruce.com/washington-hawthorn-trees-2132133

Washington hawthorn trees attain a height of 25 to 35 feet, with a spread also of 25 to 35 feet. They produce attractive white blooms in clusters, in late spring to early summer. These flowers, known for their distinctive odor, yield to first green and then red berries that persist throughout winter.These berries are a favorite snack of wild birds, such as cedar waxwings.

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 ....