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A showy, small tree, the hawthorn breaks into clouds of white flowers in spring, followed by vivid fall color, and long-lasting red winter fruits. The fruits, which resemble rosehips, stand out in a snowbound landscape. Robins sometimes line the branches in mid- to late-winter, harvesting the fruits.
Hawthorns prefer a well-drained, slightly acidic soil but are unflappable in heat and humidity.
From 8 to 20 feet
To 30 feet wide