WASHINGTON HAWTHORN

Crataegus phaenopyrum

 

A popular variety of Hawthorn in the northern states. Small delicate leaves with clusters of white flowers in the spring. Small bright orange fruit develops by fall and foliage turns to orange and red.

 

 
 
FALL COLOR

SHAPE AT MATURITY

Height:  25′

Sprad:  20′

Shape: Broadly oval to rounded

Foliage:  Deep green, very glossy

Fall Color:  Orange to scarlet and reddish purple

Flower:  White Clusters

Fruit:  Bright, glossy red, 1/4″, persistent

Zone:  4