Crataegus sanguinea 30 PCS fresh seeds, Redhaw hawthorn, Siberian hawthorn, Blood red hawthorn, Hawthorn seeds, Red berries, Fruit tree seed
Crataegus sanguinea fresh seeds, Redhaw hawthorn, Siberian hawthorn, Blood red hawthorn, Hawthorn seeds, Red berries, Fruit tree seed (lat. Crataegus sanguinea).
A species of the genus Hawthorn (Crataegus) of the Pink family (Rosaceae). A tall shrub, rarely a small tree, 1-4 (up to 6) m high, with a trunk up to 10 cm in diameter, covered with dark brown or brown-gray bark. Branches are blood-red or dark, shiny; young shoots are sparsely hairy, then glabrous. The spines are straight, hard, thick, 1.5-4 cm long, about 2 mm thick, dark red, few or completely absent on young shoots.
The buds are ovate, obtuse, 4-6 mm long; lateral oblong-ovate, pointed, completely naked. The leaves are alternate, ovate, obovate or shirokorombic, with an acute apex and a wedge-shaped base, an unevenly sawed edge.
The inflorescences are corymbose, dense, multi-flowered, 3-4 cm long, 4-5 cm wide, glabrous or with slightly hairy pedicels, with falling filamentous bracts. Flowers with double perianth, bisexual, 12-15 mm in diameter. Blooms profusely in early summer for 10-12 days. Honeybee, gives bees nectar and pollen.
The fruits are almost spherical or short-ellipsoidal, 8-10 mm in diameter, blood-red, very rarely orange-yellow, mature transparent, with a remaining calyx, with a powdery pulp.
It bears fruit in September - October. It grows slowly, but lives up to 200-300 years. Decorative during flowering and in autumn. It is most often used in hedges.