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Crataegus harbisonii

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Rosaceae
Scientific name  Crataegus harbisonii
Rank  Species
Order  Rosales
Genus  Crataegus
Higher classification  Hawthorn
Series  Bracteatae (E.J.Palmer) Rehder
People also search for  Crataegus iracunda, Crataegus anamesa

Crataegus harbisonii is a rare species of hawthorn. Once common in the Nashville area, its population has been reduced significantly in modern times. It is now currently known only from small populations in Davidson and Obion County, Tennessee. This species has been taken into cultivation. It forms a vigorous shrub to 8 m in height with hairy leaves, attractive flowers and round reddish fruit.

It is is closely related to Crataegus ashei and Crataegus triflora.

References

Crataegus harbisonii Wikipedia


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