Hawthorne Winter King

Hawthorne Winter King

Hawthorne Winter King

This species hails from the Midwest and Southeast, where its hard, weather-resistant wood made it a good candidate for fence posts in days gone by. Many birds appreciate this tree, though they let us enjoy the orange-red berries all winter before they dig in.  Maybe they need the frosts to soften them up.  Some butterflies and moths raise their young on the foliage, and bees frequent the blossoms in spring.  This selection, valued for its abundance of larger-than-normal fruits. Depending on the availability of other bird food, the orange-red berries of this mid-sized native tree may hang on clear through January. In spring, clusters of white blossoms settle on the branches like freshly fallen snow, emphasizing the distinctive horizontal branching habit of this tree which provides a nice contrast to more upright trees in your landscape all year long.
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