Arnold's hawthorn 50 PCS / 500 PCS fresh seeds, Crataegus Arnoldiana large red, hawthorn tree seeds

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Arnold's hawthorn (lat. Crataegus Arnoldiana)

A perennial, deciduous tree, up to 6 m high. It is grown for decorative purposes and for producing berries. The bark, flowers and berries have medicinal properties. The crown of the tree is up to 5 meters wide, wide, asymmetrical, transparent, and has zigzag branches. The spines of this variety reach 9 cm in length, which is significantly longer than those of most other varieties.

The leaves of the tree are wide, ovoid, with jagged edges. In autumn, the foliage changes color from bright green to yellow or purple-yellow.

The fruits are large, 2–3 cm in diameter. The pulp is juicy, sweet and sour taste. Each fruit contains 3–4 seeds.

Ripening occurs in September and blooms in May.

Prefers moist, relatively rich and well-drained soil, but tolerates poor soil.

USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 (-29°C to -34°C).
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