Washington Hawthorn is a small tree with growth to 25 feet. Leaves turn orange to scarlet in autumn. Washington Hawthorn produce white blooms in clusters, in late spring to early summer which last a short time only 7 to 10 days. Easy to grow and are prune tolerant. Used for landscaping specimen as screen border/hedge. Their foliage is dense enough for them to be used as security hedges when pruned planting 3-5 ft apart.
Wildlife: The flowers yield to red berries September to October that persist throughout winter and are eaten by songbirds, such as Cedar Waxwings, also ruffed grouse and fox sparrow. Wood duck, turkey, bobwhite and pheasant also eat the fruit. Nectar draws bees. Item # L-1037-CH Shipping Size: 18-24 in.
GROWING ZONES: 3-10 / SUN EXPOSURE: Full to partial sun
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I wanted to say my order arrived in excellent condition. It was packaged really good. I couldn't plant on the day it arrived because it was pouring rain.
I will plant my babies today or tomorrow.
I hope that they grow fast and beautiful.
Arrived in great condition!!!! Trusted supplier.
The cute tree came in with robust roots. It got planted as soon as i got it. Hoping to see it bloom in just a few years.
Trees arrived well packed, ready to go in the ground. Buds were present on arrival and became leaves shortly after being planted. Will order more trees due to the success I’ve had with my first order.
Arrived in good condition; rather small but growing well.
I was a little concerned about my Hawthorne at first but it is now sprouting little growths on them. I’m so excited to watch it grow.
I bought this for my mother was very happy with the product. This product was hard to find online was happy to find the tree store I will be ordering again thank you
Product looked good, but packaging needs improvement. Roots were not insulated enough and packer used way too much tape around trees making it very difficult to open.
The sapling was received in very good shape and is already in the ground. I now have to be patient and let it acclimatize itself, I’ll do my best to give it time.