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The Singleseed Hawthorn is a medium size tree reaching heights of 20 to 30 feet. Native to Europe and Western Asia. The small white flowers bloom in May for a short period of 7 to 10 days. The single fruit ripens in September. Birds and other animals eat the fruit. Growth Rate: slow Soil Type: Prefers moist, fertile soil, sandy, loamy, heavy clay soils. Zones: 4 to 7 Germination Range: 50-70% Stratification Requirement: Scarify seeds and then 120 days cold stratification.
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.
The Black Hawthorn is a large shrub or small tree that grows 10 to 30 feet tall. The Black Hawthorn is native to the Pacific Northwest. This beautiful flowering tree attracts butterflies, birds and ladybugs. Growth Rate: Slow Growing. Soil Type: Thrives in moist soils of stream valleys but can also grow well in drier upland conditions. Zones: 3 to 9. Germination Range: 30-50%. Stratification Requirement: 3-4 months in moist peat moss medium at 39-42 degrees.
It is a large shrub or small tree growing to 8 m (rarely to 12 m) tall, with a dense crown. The leaves are 2-6 cm long and 2-5 cm broad, with 2-3 shallow, forward-pointing lobes on each side of the leaf. The hermaphrodite flowers are produced in corymbs of 6-12, each flower with five white or pale pink petals and two or three styles, and are pollinated by midges. The fruit is a dark red pome 6-10 mm diameter, slightly broader than long, containing 2-3 seeds. Hawthorn fruits are round, smooth skin color crimson, nutrient-rich. Mei Baike fruit in the iron and calcium 18 mg, in a variety of fruit in the first place. Apple containing vitamin C and more than 17 times more. Not only fresh, but also processed into a variety of nutritious foods. Rosaceae plant for the wild hawthorn Crataegus cuneats Sieb. Et Zucc. Fruit of the red-brown powder extract products. Of chlorogenic acid (chlorogenic acid), caffeic acid, Hawthorn acid (crataegolic acid), Qiju acid, quercetin, Hypericum Effect (hyperin), fine table catechu (epicatechin), and so on. Jianpi Xiaoshi functions, such as hypolipidemic.
OTHER: The English Hawthorn is native to Europe & North Africa, & they are very ornamental! 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. They tolerate sandy or clay soil, as well as dry or moist soil (it prefers moist). The Hawthorn has a medium growth rate, & makes a good hedge row or windbreak. They have thorns for security & interesting crackly bark. Its hard wood makes a good fire because it burns slowly, or the wood can be used to make tools & other goods that need to be durable. In spring, the English Hawthorn is covered in with tons of clusters of cup shaped flowers. The Hawthorn is a nectar plant for bees & butterflies, & songbirds & squirrels love to eat the berries. The plant fruits in the fall, & the fruit can be eaten raw, cooked like in jams, or dried.
Hawthorn to take two kinds of methods on demand, each on demand 3 seeds germinated seeds. Groove depth of 1.5 ~ 2 cm; sprinkle a small amount of compound fertilizer and soil mixture
Other Names: Zone: 4 to 8 Growth Rate: Slow to Moderate Plant Type: Small deciduous tree or large shrub Family: Rosaceae Native Range: Europe, India, Northern Africa Height: 15 to 20 feet Spread: 15 to 20 feet Shape: Rounded Bloom Time: May Bloom Color: White Sun: Full Sun Fall Color: Not Showy Drought Tolerance: Moderate Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Site Requirements /Soil Tolerances: Best grown in moist but well-drained soils in full sun. This tree generally does not grow well in hot and humid summer climates. Culture: Transplants easily. Responds well to pruning. Uses: Small flowering landscape tree. May also be pruned as a hedge. The thorny stems of Hawthorn make it an ideal boundary hedge that will help keep unwelcome visitors out of the garden. If grown as a formal hedge, it will need to be pruned twice a year, in summer and autumn. Grown as an informal hedge, the only pruning needed is the removal of the most vigorous shoots in winter.
Native to Europe, India and North Africa, English Hawthorn is a small, low-branching, deciduous tree or large shrub that is noted for its profuse spring bloom. It typically grows 15 to 20 feet tall with a rounded crown. Straight to zigzag, thorny stems are clad with 3 to 5-lobed, dark green leaves to 2 1/2 inches long. White 5-petaled flowers in clusters (corymbs) bloom in mid spring. Flowers are followed by red fruits (pomes to 1/2 inch long), in fall. The fruit is sometimes called a Haw. The word Haw also means hedge, the Hawthorn being a thorny hedge. In the 1800s, English Hawthorn was widely planted in England as a hedgerow plant because of its thorns.
Wondering how to plant a hawthorn from a seed? Well in this video I show you how do just that, how to plant a new hawthorn from a seed. It's very easy to do and incredibly satisfying when you see a new hawthorn growing from the very seed you planted the previous Autumn.