Crataegus viridis ‘Winter King’
This thorny, rounded tree will grow to around 25 feet tall. This native tree has beautiful fall foliage. It is most popular for its bright red fruit that persists into the winter, which are a good food source for birds and other wildlife. Examples of these trees can be found in the Wildflower Meadow.
|Size||20-25 feet tall|
|Flower||White – in May|
|Fruit||red drupe – in October through the winter|
|Native||Maryland and Virginia to Illionois, Iowa, Texas and Florida|