20 ENGLISH HAWTHORN TREE Edible Fruit Flower Mayflower Crataegus Laevigata Seeds

Price: $2.00

  • NAME(S):  English Hawthorn / Mayflower / Smooth Hawthorn / Midland Hawthorn / Woodland Hawthorn // SCIENTIFIC NAME:  Crataegus Laevigata
  • HARDINESS ZONE:  4 - 8 // BLOOM TIME:  Flowers April - May // HARVEST: Berries Sept - Nov

Chinese Hawthorn tree Seeds (20 Seeds)

Price: $3.16

  • The fruits, which are used to produce jams, jellies, juices, alcoholic beverages, and other drinks and can be eaten raw. Hawthorn fruits are sweet with a mild crunchy texture.

Washington hawthorn (Crataegus phaenopyrum) 1-2 year old plant, well rooted

Price: $27.45

  • 1 live plant of Washington hawthorn (Crataegus phaenopyrum), 1-2 year old. Plant is 1-2 year old. Found scattered statewide, usually in low wet woods and wooded valleys. Does well in full sun on a wide variety of sites.
  • Washington hawthorn (Crataegus phaenopyrum) 1-2 year old plant, well rooted

Washington Hawthorn, Crataegus Phaenopyrum, Tree 50 Seeds

Price: $2.00

  • Leaf: Emerging reddish, but quickly maturing to dark green and shiny on the upper leaf surface, while dull medium green on the lower leaf surface. Alternate, broadly ovate, about 2 inches long with three major lobes, with the terminal lobe being much larger than the basal two lobes. Doubly serrated to incised on the margins, with cordate bases. Fall color can be yellow, orange, burgundy to wine, occurring in late October and into mid November and subtlety attractive.
  • Rate: Fast to Moderate Plant Type: Medium-sized deciduous tree Family: Rosaceae Native Range: Southeastern United States Height: 25 to 30 feet Spread: 20 to 25 feet Shape: Rounded Bloom Time: June Bloom Color: White Sun: Full Sun Fall Color: Showy Yellow Orange and Red. Drought Tolerance: High Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Site Requirements /Soil Tolerances: Best grown in moist but well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates light shade.
  • Flower: White inflorescences, about 2 inches wide, blanket the tree in early June. It is the last of the landscape Hawthorns to flower, effective for one to two weeks. Fruit: 1/4 inch green fruits are in pendulous clusters, turning to orange by October then to bright red-orange in November, and often persisting into late January (if not eaten by wildlife before then). The clusters of many pendulous small red fruits make this one of the most attractive ornamental trees in early Winter,

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Man dies after being thrown from car in crash with tree - BBC News - BBC News

A driver has died after he was thrown from his car when he crashed into a tree near Maidenhead.

The 25-year-old man, from Bracknell, was driving a silver Volkswagen Golf on the A330 Hawthorn Hill when he left the road at about 23:45 GMT on Thursday.

Thames Valley Police said he was the only person in the car and was taken to John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford, where he later...

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  1. Crataegus (/ k r ə ˈ t iː ɡ ə s /; from the Greek kratos "strength" and akis "sharp", referring to the thorns of some species) commonly called hawthorn, thornapple, May-tree, whitethorn, or hawberry, is a large genus of shrubs and trees in the family Rosaceae, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Europe, Asia and North ...
  2. Hawthorn is one of the first plants I gravitate toward when I needed strength, protection and nourishment. I craved it when I was pregnant with my daughter– probably because it helped my heart and blood vessels, which were under enormous pressure.
  3. The Hawthorn tree is among the most beautiful of the forest trees. Characteristically English, the Hawthorn tree joins the other forest trees from the Rose tribe which have white flowers.
  4. Hawthorn. Crataegus oxyacantha. The May Tree. Sixth month of the Celtic Tree calendar, May 13th - June 9. Sixth consonant of the Ogham alphabet . Huathe (Hoo-ah) - H
  5. The Hawthorn Tree and the folklore surrounding this queen of the may or beltane. How crataegus mongyna is used by the druidic faith for its juniper berries, branches of psychic protection and the Vikings usage as a rune wood.
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I'm very pleased to say that I have an image commended in the Landscape Photographer of the Year 2012 exhibition. The shot above, of the hawthorn tree on White Scar limestone pavement, in front of Ingleborough,...
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Orchard with fence in Hesbania
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Wind-formed hawthorn tree against a stormy sky on Twisleton Scar limestone pavement (Considerably better at larger sizes....) Blog entry - the making of 'Twisleton hawthorn'
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