This lovely variant of the hawthorn flowers in May, and produces its unusually attractive fruit from September to October. Unlike the common Hawthorn, dense clumps of these striking berries are deepest maroon to purple-black.
Seeds have already been thoroughly cleaned and cold-stored for several months. Sow into well-drained, sandy compost at any time of year, cover to their own depth with sand or grit. No artificial heat is needed; seed tray is best left in a cool protected spot and kept moist. Seeds usually germinate in spring, regardless of when sown.
Packet Content:10 (Approx)