Crataegus viridis, Green Hawthorn, immature fruit
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Crataegus viridis L. var. viridis, Green Hawthorn
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After flowering, Green Hawthorn, Crataegus
viridis var. viridis, develops small round green
fruit.
Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Crataegus viridis, Green Hawthorn, red fruit
Crataegus viridis, Green Hawthorn, young tree
Crataegus viridis, Green Hawthorn, bark
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Crataegus viridis L. var. Viridis>Green Hawthorn Image Gallery

When mature, the fruit of green
hawthorn trees turn red before falling off.
Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Green hawthorn leaves are delicate and
yellowish green.  The broad end is toothed.
Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens
Tarrant Co., Texas
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A young Cragaegus viridis var. viridis
Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens
Tarrant Co., Texas
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The bark of Cragaegus viridis var. viridis is ashy
brown and mostly smooth but broken up with
shallow vertical fissures in some areas.
Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens
Tarrant Co., Texas
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