Hawthorn 'Paul's Scarlet'
Crataegus laevigata 'Paul's Scarlet'
Also known as
Midland Thorn, Hawthorn, Two-styled hawthorn
Rotdorn (Crataegus laevigata 'Paul's Scarlet')-hms(1) by Hans-Martin Scheibner (CC BY-SA 3.0)
50 years to reach maturity
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Hawthorn 'Paul's Scarlet' Overview
This cultivar is a thorny, deciduous tree species with a rounded growth habit. It reaches a maximum height and width of around 8m, which may take anywhere from 20-50 years. Foliage is shiny and lobed, flowers pink-red and double in structure.
How to propagate Hawthorn 'Paul's Scarlet'
Propagate from cold-stratified seed.
By grafting of named clones.
Other uses of Hawthorn 'Paul's Scarlet'
Banks, hedging, specimen. Suitable for coastal conditions.
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