Crataegus mordenensis 'Snowbird'
More About Crataegus mordenensis 'Snowbird'
- Densely branched, rounded, small tree
- Clusters of double, white flowers cover the branches
- Red berries are sparse
- Lobed, glossy, dark green leaves turn yellow in autumn
- Branches are covered in thorns
- Bloom Time: Spring
Developed for better disease resistance by Agriculture Canada, at the Morden Research Station, Morden, Manitoba.
Snowbird Hawthorn Growing and Maintenance Tips
While this plant can provide a beautiful show of flowers in the spring, and colourful berries in the fall, careful placement of this plant should be heeded, as the thorns can cause injury.