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 Types of Hawthorn Trees?

Answer Hawthorn (Crataegus) is often referred to as thornapple and contains numerous varieties of small to large deciduous trees. These trees often grow as wide as they are tall and are planted for the or... Read More »
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Thornless Hawthorn Trees?

Valuable landscape trees, hawthorns (Crataegus spp.) have one major drawback: thorns. The 1- to 3-inch thorns on most hawthorns can inflict nasty scratches. This makes them useful as barrier hedges... Read More »
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The Magical Uses of Hawthorn Trees?

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