University of Rhode Island

Crataegus nitida

Glossy Hawthorn

Similar to C. viridis. Very shiny dark green foliage turns orange red in autumn. Small red fruit ripens in late fall, persisting into spring. Well-drained soil, full sun. Native to RI. 20-30' x 20-30'.

Image courtesy of Jesse L. Saylor ,MSU Department of Horticulture

Image courtesy of Jesse L. Saylor ,MSU Department of Horticulture

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