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Elsie starts with ...
Looking for info.
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peter says...
i have seen a couple of us sites
do searches on crataegus laevigata
and crataegus monogyna.
these are two of the medicinal ones.
there is onother but i have not got its name here.
if you do want them for the berries then dont get a variety with double flowers.

would anybody in australia know where
these trees are available.

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Linton says...
Looking for Mexican Hawthorn Berries.

Since I have harvested my trees over a month ago and used up all the fruit, I am looking for some more to use for culinary purposes. Please let me know if anyone can supply or send me about 1kg of these fresh Hawthorn fruits. Thank you.
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John Mc says...
Pete Teese from Yamina rare plants have quite a selection for sale.

Crataegus (Seasonal selections 25cm) $95.00
Crataegus laevigata Pauls Scarlet (Hawthorn) (25cm) $95.00
Crataegus mexicana $50.00
Crataegus monogyna (Hawthorn) $35.00
Crataegus phaenopyrum (Hawthorn) $35.00
Crataegus pinnatifida major $50.00
Crataegus pinnatifida major (25cm) $120.00
Crataegus x smithiana $50.00

I have a Crataegus mexicana on order.
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Linton says...
I'm already growing various Crataegus species bought from other sellers but at the moment I'm only looking for mexican fruits, not the trees. You are probably aware that you can't eat the fresh mexicana fruits as they are too bitter and have to be prepared. For eating fresh it's probably best to grow C.azarolus and C.anomala. Cheers!
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ssb142257@gmail.com says...
Linton do you know where I can purchase C.azarolus? I think this may be what my friend is looking for. I have searched but not had much luck.
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Linton says...
I haven’t seen any place selling Crataegus azarolus plants for some years so they have really become scarce. Such a shame that the apple azorol tree is so underutilised in Australia and not sold in nurseries because it has finer fruit for eating fresh than most other Hawthorns. Most Crataegus species tend to produce fruit that are a bit dry and mealy and all the ones sold in nurseries here are not worth growing for the fruit in my opinion. But I immensely enjoy the fruit of Azarolus straight off the tree, having a soft delicious baked apple pie flavour!
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