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Red Sun Chinese Hawthorn

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Original price $43.99 - Original price $43.99
Original price
$43.99 - $43.99
Current price $43.99
SKU D163

Crataegus pinnatifida 'Red Sun'

Red Sun is prized for its unique oak-leaf like foliage and large, tasty fruit. Know in China as Shan Zha, this attractive, small tree displays large clusters of white flowers followed by abundant, round, 1" diameter fruit which turn red when ripe. This unique sweet and flavorful fruit is delicious eaten fresh, dried, stewed, and made into candy.

Chinese Haw is relatively easy to grow, disease resistant, and hardy once well-established. Does not tolerate drought well as a young tree. Mature height to about 15' tall.

USDA Zone: 5-9

Grow Height: 15'

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: September

Pollination: Self-Fertile

Size: Semi-Dwarf (4'-5')


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  • When do you start to take order for RED SUN CHINESE HAWTHORN?

    July 1st was the start date and they are already at limit, there will be a few more released at the end of January

  • Do you ship Chinese Hawthorn bareroot to Vancouver Canada?

    We do not ship to Canada at all.

  • Is it possible to pre-order these “ RED SUN CHINESE HAWTHORN” trees? If yes, let me know. thank you!! :)

    Use the Notify Me button to get an e-mail when they are back in stock.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Just pre-ordered mine, can't wait!

These are so hard to find in California. Looking forward to seeing them!

Helen H.
My hawthorn trees have new leaves

I pre-ordered hawthorn trees last year and received this year. They came in very strong and healthy condition.

My hawthorn tree shows flowers at the second year!

I bought one last year. It came in healthy condition. Thanks! My friend told that both birds and squirrels are not interested in hawthorn fruit:)

It didn't suvive.

I pre-ordered one last year and I got it this spring time, and it came out with leaves, but somehow it died.