Hawthorn Trees for Sale

Crataegus Varieties in Standard Sizes

Most standard trees are only delivered bareroot, during the winter planting season (Nov-March).

Hawthorn (Crataegus species) is a wiry, tough, extremely hardy native tree, which is why it (specifically Crataegus monogyna) is Britain's most widely used thorny country hedge plant. 
Several varieties of Crataegus laevigata make excellent specimen trees: Crimson Cloud & Paul's Scarlet both have red flowers, Rosea Flore Pleno is pink, and Plena has double white flowers. They are able to thrive almost anywhere and should grow well in paved urban areas.
All grow to about 8 metres tall, are fairly upright in habit and always respond well to pruning.

Browse our other Ornamental Trees.

Standard trees are measured by their girth 1 metre above the ground, and young saplings are measured by height. Therefore, a 6/8cm Standard Hawthorn tree is much bigger than an 60/80cm sapling Hawthorn tree. If a tree is available in both sizes, it will be noted in the product descriptions.

All our Hawthorn trees are covered by our no-quibble Guarantee, which means you can order with complete confidence. Free delivery on orders over £120. Best advice & friendly support throughout. 

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  1. Crataegus laevigata Pauls Scarlet

    6/8 & 8/10cm Standard Trees
    • Native, thorny.
    • Deep Pink flowers in May
    • Any soil / site except in water.
    • Max. Height: 8m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
    From £79.98  Inc VAT

  2. Crataegus laevigata Crimson Cloud

    6/8 & 8/10cm Standard Trees
    • Native, thorny. Red flowers.
    • Any soil / location except very wet areas.
    • Sizes: Standards Only
    • RHS AGM
    • Max. Height: 12m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £79.98  Inc VAT


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