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A huge genus of usually thorny, deciduous trees or shrubs. 25 species are native to Canada with several hundred more found in the United States. White flowers, often aging to pink in early summer and prominent "apples" in the autumn. Native throughout the northern Hemisphere. All Hawthorn fruits are edible, making good jam and jelly.

CRATAEGUS calpodendronJune1160
Sugar or Pear Hawthorn3-4m  Zone: 3
Native to Ontario and into the central USA. A small tree with a graceful outline and few to no thorns. The white flowers and lusterous green leaves appear later than most Hawthorns. One of the most ornamental species in fruit; each fruit cluster holds from 10-15 small, bright-red pommes on long pedicels.
Germination Instructions: Cold treatment required.
20 seeds  $4.25   Sorry...Sold Out

CRATAEGUS chlorosarca New Spring1171
6m  Zone: 2
A rarely cultivated, very hardy Asian species (Japan and Manchuria) with a columnar to narrow pyramidal crown. The reddish-brown branches are only seldom thorny. The dark green leaves, broadly oval are irregularly serrated and emerge early in the year. Umbels of creamy white flowers in spring are followed by edible black fruit.
Germination Instructions: Cold treatment required.
15 seeds  $4.25   Sorry...Sold Out

CRATAEGUS coccineaLate Spring1168
Scarlet Hawthorn5m  Zone: 4
(Crataegus pedicellata) Native to eastern North America. A small Hawthorn with an open, upright form, normally multi-stemmed in the wild. Relatively large white flowers in spring are followed by plump red berries, ripening in early autumn. Seed wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Cold treatment required
20 seeds  $4.25   

CRATAEGUS punctata aurea New Spring3807
Dotted Hawthorn4-7m  Zone: 4
Native to eastern North America. A large shrub to a small branching, rounded tree once established, tending to grow with a multi-stemmed habit. Serrated, dark green leaves and distinctive pale (grey) bark, which is particularly noticeable in the winter. Pretty white flowers in spring are followed by ornamental, golden yellow pommes in late summer to autumn. Wild collected in Ohio
Germination Instructions: Cold treatment required.
15 seeds  $4.25   

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