Crataegus viridis (Black Hawthorn)

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The black hawthorn is endemic to northern and western North America, with the Pacific Northwest being the most common. The black hawthorn is a deciduous small tree or big shrub that develops as a deciduous small tree or shrub. Sharp thorns, about 2 cm long, adorn the branches. In the...
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The black hawthorn is endemic to northern and western North America, with the Pacific Northwest being the most common. The black hawthorn is a deciduous small tree or big shrub that develops as a deciduous small tree or shrub. Sharp thorns, about 2 cm long, adorn the branches. In the fall, the green, fan-shaped leaves become gorgeous hues of crimson. The white blooms have greenish centres and occur in bunches towards the ends of each slender branch.

Botanical Name : Crataegus viridis

Common Name : Black Hawthorn

Height : 9- 30 ft

Spread : 15 ft

Germination Info : Acid scarify 1/2 to 3 hours followed by 90-120 days cold stratification 

Hardiness zone : 4-8

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1,375

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