Hawthorn, English (Crataegus oxyacantha/laevigata) potted tree

$15.00

Greetings!  Plants are available to the US only.  Potted plants, trees and succulents listed on this website may be ordered now, and will begin shipping March 19th.  If you have a preferred ship week, tell us right away!  Use the “order notes” field found at bottom of checkout page.  If you do not indicate a preferred ship week, we will set up the shipment first-come, first served, also taking into account appropriate shipping and planting times for your zone.  We will e-mail you when to expect your plant delivery, and you will receive tracking to your e-mail when the plants ship.  Our plant shipping seasons are:  March 18 through July 31, then again Sep 5 through Thanksgiving.  Order early to assure availability.

Family: Rose (Rosaceae)

Hardy to zone 4 to 8

Deciduous thorny bush to small tree.  Native to Europe.  Traditional use (TWM):  Maladies of the heart.  Plants prefer full sun to part shade and water.  Well-suited to clay soils. Shelterbelt, landscape tree, hedgerow, living fence.  This is the prettiest of the Hawthorns, with pink or red flowers and showy autumn color.  The fruits are excellent.

Potted Tree

$15.00/Plant

$42.90/3 Plants

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  1. Carolyn G Duncan

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    Carolyn G Duncan

    I am interested in knowing if this tree Crataegus oxyacantha will be available in the Spring?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Yes, thank you for asking, we will have both Crataegus oxyacantha and C. monogyna available in the spring. r

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    • Bill

      Bill

      What size do you sell, and how long beforejt flowers? Thanks.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Our hawthorns are around 18 inches tall without the pot. If grown in the right circumstances of sun, soil and moisture, trees can bush out significantly in the first 5 years and will be fruit productive by then.

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