Dark Green, Red
Deciduous (bare from Nov to April)
Medium - up to 8m / 26ft
Crataegus monogya 'Biflora'
The Glastonbury Thorn is an unusual and interesting tree that can flower up to twice a year. First in May and then again in winter, around Christmas time. The Glastonbury Thorn belongs to the same family as the Hawthorn and produces the same clusters of fragrant white flowers in the springtime. Autumn brings the familiar Haw berries, which provide a valuable food source for birds.
Each year the Queen is presented with a sprig of Glastonbury Thorn, by the people of Glastonbury for her Christmas table. Well if it is good enough for HRH....
The Glastonbury Thorn Tree gift includes each of the following:
Hardy in the severest European continental climates including exposed upland locations in the UK.
Delivered from the nursery to their doorstep