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A mix of Crataegus species grown in Armenia for their fruits. Plants will grow into deciduous shrubs or small trees, profusely flowering with white flowers in spring, followed by red, maroon or black fruits. These Crataegus are very hardy and best suited to temperate climates.
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Sowing; In a 1-litre pot sow three seeds and cover with no more than 10mm of compost or grit. Firm gently and water. On a seedbed broadcast the seed quite densely – aim for about 5mm between seeds. Firm with a roller or board to press the seed well into the soil. Cover with 5-10mm of grit.
Watering; Hawthorn are not particularly demanding to grow, but ensure that they are kept moist at all times.
Growing; Don’t forget to remove the weaker seedlings to leave the strongest when you are growing in a container. The only problem you may find when growing hawthorn is mildew. Good hygiene can reduce the risk – don’t touch your plants when they are wet and don’t water the foliage too late in the day. Both these measures can help prevent infection. If mildew does appear, treat quickly with a fungicide, preferably organic.
This aside, hawthorn can grow quickly and should be ready after either the first or second year for planting out.