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Oneseed Hawthorn
Crataegus monogyna

The fruit of this tree bears a single stone, giving it the name Oneseed, but it is also called English Hawthorn. It is sometimes viewed as weedy and may be invasive where introduced across North America. Native to northern Africa, western Asia and Europe, it is one of the primary components of the roadway hedges in the English countryside.

Growth Habit:Has thorny, dense branches and a domed crown at maturity, 20 to 30 feet high.
Bloom Time:Mid to late spring
Presence in US:AK AR CA CT DE IL KY MA ME MI MT NH NJ NY OR PA RI TN UT VA WA WI WV
Presence in Canada:BC NB NS ON PE QC
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