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Crataegus monogyna - 200cm x 50cm x 50cm


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The white, scented flowers in late spring go on to produce red, berry-like fruits or haws that attract birds. Hawthorns are also characterised by their dense, thorny stems.

Wildlife attraction

Plant Colours


Growing & Care

Hawthorn grows in all different types of soils but flowers and fruits best in full sun. Avoid waterlogged soils.

Common Uses

Hawthorns are recognised for their long season of interest and extreme hardiness. As a result, they are particularly beneficial for coastal or exposed gardens. It is certainly a popular choice in wildlife gardens too.

Maximum Height & Spread

Height 6m
Width 8m

Did you Know?

Also known as May or May-trees, Hawthorn is named after the month in which it blooms. The haws can also be made into jams, jellies and wines.