Crataegus v. 'Winter King' Hawthorn ZONE 4

An abundance of white flower clusters appear in late May to June amid shiny, dark green, lobed foliage that creates an open, vase-shaped form with horizontal branching. The scarlet red fall fruits are set off in winter by silver-gray bark.

Great For: Focal groupings Foundation plantings

HEIGHT: 10-12'

WIDTH: 8-10'

SUN: 6+ hours

Attracts ButterfliesAttracts BirdsDeer ResistantBears FruitNative of the United States
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Bloom Time: Spring

Growth Rate: Moderate

Shape: Vase

Feeding: Plant-tone

Fall Color: Orange Yellow

Winter Interest: Fruit Structure

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