Crataegus opaca
Mayhaw is prized for its profuse, fragrant, white flowers and large clusters of brilliantly colored fruit. Mayhaw fruit can be bright red or yellow and is about the size of a large cranberry with the taste and texture of crabapple. Mayhaw fruit ripens in early summer and is eaten fresh and used to make delicious preserves, condiments and wine. Mayhaw forms an attractive shrub or small tree and is hardy to minus 25°F.
Crataegus opaca
This superior variety bears heavy crops of large, bright red fruit, which makes delicious syrup and jelly. 3976
Texas Star
Crataegus opaca
Texas Star is prized for its particularly large clusters of bright red fruit and attractive, orange-red fall color. 3978
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