- Blooms March – April
- Produces edible fruit – often used in jams and jellies.
- Grown in Scotland
- Trees reach up to 6m at a medium rate
- Great for bees and other pollinators
- Fantastic nesting shelter for many species of bird.
The haws are rich in antioxidants and are eaten by migrating birds, such as redwings, fieldfares and thrushes.
Used as hedging the hawthorn makes for a good windbreak.
Supplied trees are cell grown and around 1.5-2ft tall. Branches may be trimmed and trees supplied without plant pot for safe shipping and to reduce waste.