[ kɹˈatiːɡəs ˌiːstɪvˈɑːliz], [ kɹˈatiːɡəs ˌiːstɪvˈɑːliz], [ k_ɹ_ˈa_t_iː_ɡ_ə_s ˌiː_s_t_ɪ_v_ˈɑː_l_i_z]
How to use "Crataegus aestivalis" in context?
Crataegus Aestivalis is a popular hawthorn tree with clusters of white flowers in late spring. This shrub can grow to be 6-10 feet tall and wide, with a spreading canopy. It is drought tolerant, able to tolerate some salt in the soil, and is adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions. The fruit is a brown samara with a thin skin, which is edible and Flavorful. The specific epithet, "aestivalis," means "of summer.
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