What is another word for cockspur hawthorn?

Pronunciation: [kˈɒkspʊ͡ə hˈɔːθɔːn] (IPA)

The cockspur hawthorn (Crataegus crus-galli) is a captivating tree native to North America. Its common name arises from its sharp, thorny branches, which resemble the spurs on a fighting rooster's leg. Other synonyms for the cockspur hawthorn include the bull-thorn hawthorn, the cock-hawthorn, and the bird's-eye hawthorn. The tree is celebrated for its profuse, white flowers that bloom in spring, and its small, red fruits that ripen in fall. It is adaptable to a range of soils, including acidic, alkaline, loamy, and clay soils. Gardeners can plant the cockspur hawthorn in sunny or partially shaded areas to create an enchanting and wildlife-friendly landscape.

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  • Other hypernyms:

    plant, the general terms tree.

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