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Image of Crataegus crus-galli var. inermis photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Cockspur Hawthorn)

An eastern North American native that offers a striking habit, attractive flowers, and showy fruit, cockspur hawthorn is a tree for all seasons. The variety inermis possesses all the species' virtues but lacks the usual vicious spines. Its spiny, stiffly horizontal branches are furnished with oval, glossy dark green, deciduous leaves that turn bright crimson or purple-bronze in the fall. Abundant heads of somewhat fetid white flowers open in late spring, giving rise to small spherical fruits...

(Cockspur Hawthorn, Crusader® Thornless Hawthorn)

An eastern North American native that offers a striking habit, attractive flowers, and showy fruit, cockspur hawthorn is a tree for all seasons. Crusader® possesses all the species' virtues but lacks the usual vicious spines. Its spiny, stiffly horizontal branches are furnished with oval, glossy dark green, deciduous leaves that turn bright crimson or purple-bronze in the fall. Abundant heads of somewhat fetid white flowers open in late spring, giving rise to small spherical fruits that ripen orange-red...

Image of Crataegus laevigata

Mark A. Miller

(Crimson Cloud Hawthorn, Smooth Hawthorn)

The cultivar 'Crimson Cloud' is a bright-flowered, disease-resistant selection of English hawthorn, a small, low-branched, round-headed deciduous tree from Europe. It bears showy clusters of red, white-centered flowers in late spring, followed by small spherical fruits that ripen red in fall. The small, lobed, glossy dark green leaves are resistant to the leaf blight that often defoliates other English hawthorns. The stiff spreading or ascending limbs brandish long spines, which are beautiful when...

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Jesse Saylor

(Paul's Scarlet Hawthorn, Smooth Hawthorn)

English hawthorn is a small, low-branched, round-headed deciduous tree from Europe. Originating in 1858 as a sport of 'Rosea Flora Pleno', 'Paul's Scarlet' (a.k.a. 'Paulii' and 'Coccinea Plena') is arguably the showiest hawthorn in flower. Abundant clusters of double rose-red blooms adorn its branches in late spring, followed by a scattering of small spherical fruits that ripen red in fall. The small, lobed, glossy dark green leaves are highly susceptible to leaf blight, which can cause premature...

Image of Crataegus monogyna photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Oneseed Hawthorn)

Long grown in its native Europe as a hedge plant, this small, rounded, low-branched tree is still among the most popular garden hawthorns. It bears clusters of sweet-scented white flowers in showy abundance in late spring, followed by small spherical fruits that ripen red in fall. Some forms have pink blooms. The small, lobed, glossy dark green leaves do not brighten before dropping in fall. The stiff horizontal limbs have attractive yellowish-green bark and brandish numerous spines. Cultivars and...

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Jesse Saylor

(Upright Oneseed Hawthorn)

Long grown in its native Europe as a hedge plant, singleseed hawthorn is a small, low-branched, deciduous tree renowned for its toughness. The cultivar 'Stricta' has upright branches forming a narrow crown. It bears clusters of sweet-scented white flowers in showy abundance in late spring, followed by small spherical fruits that ripen red in fall. The small, lobed, glossy dark green leaves do not brighten before dropping in fall. The ascending limbs have attractive yellowish-green bark and brandish...

Image of Crataegus phaenopyrum photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Washington Hawthorn)

Washington hawthorn is a small rounded deciduous tree from the eastern United States. The three- to five-lobed, maple-like leaves change from purple when new to glossy dark green in summer to orange or red in fall. Flat clusters of scented white flowers appear in late spring or early summer, followed in fall by bright red berries that hold through much of winter, attracting songbirds. The spreading, horizontal limbs brandish long thorns. The snow-frosted thorns and berries are a highlight of the...

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Mark A. Miller

(Manbeck Select Washington Hawthorn, Washington Hawthorn)

Washington hawthorn is a small rounded deciduous tree from the eastern United States. The three- to five-lobed, maple-like leaves change from purple when new to glossy dark green in summer to orange or red in fall. Flat clusters of scented white flowers appear in late spring or early summer, followed in fall by bright red berries that hold through much of winter, attracting songbirds. The spreading, horizontal limbs brandish long thorns. The snow-frosted thorns and berries are a highlight of the...

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James H. Schutte

(Crocosmia, Jenny Bloom Montbretia, Montbretia)

Montbretias are herbaceous perennials native to South Africa. This hybrid montbretia bears long arching wands of golden yellow flowers that open from orange buds. The six-lobed blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on long wiry stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves in mid and late summer. The plants grow from corms which spread by underground stolons.

Plant montbretia in moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. In colder regions, plant it near...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Bressingham Beacon Montbretia, Crocosmia, Montbretia)

Montbretias are herbaceous perennials native to South Africa. This hybrid montbretia bears long arching wands of glowing red-orange flowers with yellow eyes. The six-lobed blooms, which resemble miniature daylilies, rise on long wiry stems above pleated, erect, iris-like leaves in mid and late summer. The plants grow from corms which spread by underground stolons.

Plant montbretia in moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. In colder regions, plant it near a...