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Fanleaf Hawthorn

Crataegus flabellata • New England hawthorn

Native

Fanleaf Hawthorn belongs to Series Tenuifoliae. It is native to Canada and the United States. The trees or shrubs are 5-6 m tall and can be found often in thickets, near farmland, along streams and in forest openings, especially on soils rich in calcium. The name “fanleaf” refers to the shape of the leaves. It is nearly impossible to identify the species of hawthorn, seeing as they often interbreed and have poorly identified varieties.

Leaf

Alternate, simple, deciducous; often bent backwards; blades hairless when mature, ovate to diamond-shaped or triangular

Flower

White, unpleasant-smelling, 1.5-1.8 cm across

Fruit/Seed

Crimson, thick-fleshed, juicy haws (pomes, like small apples)

186 Trees

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