Crataegus douglasii Crataegus douglasii

Common Name: Black Hawthorn

Patent: Douglas' Thornapple

Bloomtime: Spring / Summer

Bloomcolor: White

Exposure: Full Sun

Height: 10 - 25ft (3.5-7.5m)

Spread: 10 - 25ft(3.5-7.5m)

Water: Average

Fragrant: Yes

Zone: 3

Attracts Butterflies: Yes

Drought Tolerant: Yes

Characteristics: Typically matures over time as a small upright tree to 20-30' tall featuring dense clusters of white flowers in spring., Flowers have an unpleasant fragrance which tends to attract pollinators such as midges and butterflies., Flowers are followed by abundant, globular, red fruits which ripen to black in late summer.,