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Columbia Hawthorn

Cratageus Columbiana Columbia Hawthorn



























Crataegus columbiana                 

Columbia Hawthorn                kra-TEE-gus kol-LUM-bee-an-a

        Deciduous, thicket forming shrub, to about 20 ft (6 m), branches armed with thorns, 4-6 cm long, longer than the thorns of C. douglasii.  Leaves alternate, or clustered at end of shoot, simple, 3-7 cm long, obovate to nearly oval, base wedge-shaped and its margin entire, upper margin with 5-9 serrate lobes, dark green, glossy, smooth (or hairy) above, paler below.  Flowers white, in clusters, 2-4 styles.  Fruit globular, 8-11 mm wide, dark red, somewhat hairy.
       Sun or part shade.  Moist to dry sites.
Hardy to USDA Zone 5     Native range from southern British Columbia southward on the east side of the Cascades to northern California, along the Columbia River and its tributaries to Idaho.

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