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  • Woodies I Group 3 Rose Family
  • Group 3a
    • Amelanchier alnifolia
    • Crataegus ambigua
    • Crataegus crusgalli var. inermis
    • Crataegus phaenopyrum
    • Malus ssp.
    • Prunus americana
    • Saskatoon Serviceberry
    • Russian Hawthorne
    • Thornless Cockspur Hawthorne
    • Washington Hawthorne
    • Crabapple
    • American Plum
  • Amelanchier alnifolia Saskatoon Serviceberry, Juneberry
  • Amelanchier alnifolia
    • 18-20 foot, shrub or small tree
    • Native to Northern Great Plains, very adaptable
    • Cold hardy to –20 o c
    • Tolerate wide range of pH
    • Grow well in heavy clay
    • Water needs are minimal
    • Tolerates part shade; prefers full sun
  • Amelanchier alnifolia
    • Prune regularly
    • Flowers and fruit develop on previous years' growth and pruning results in vigorous new growth for the next years' bloom and fruit
    • Susceptible to cedar-apple rust, but has no serious disease or insect problems
  • Amelanchier alnifolia Alternate, simple, ovate, pinnately-veined, 1 1/2 to 3 inches long, finely serrate
  • Flowers appear from March to June, before the leaves. The showy white flowers have 5 petals that are 1/2 inch long.
  • Amelanchier Alnifolia Fruit: Ripening in June to August, 1/4 to 3/8 inch in diameter, rounded, red to dark purple when ripe. The fruits are edible
  • Amelanchier alnifolia
    • Twig: Slender, flexible, red-brown in color May be covered with fine hairs when young Buds may be up to 1/2 inch long, pointed, covered with scales, usually with hairy margins light yellow-green to red in color .
  • Amelanchier alnifolia Form: A shrub or small tree with a narrow crown
  • Amelanchier alnifolia Bark: Smooth when young, ashy-gray with dark stripes. Later becoming rough with long splits and furrows
  • Crataegus ambigua Russian Hawthorne
  • Crataegus ambigua Bark is golden yellow and exfoliating
  • Crataegus ambigua Foliage is medium green, finely cut
  • Crataegus ambigua White flowers in clusters
  • Crataegus ambigua Fruit is dark red
  • Crataegus ambigua Yellow in fall
  • Crataegus crus-galli var. inermis Thornless Cockspur Hawthorne
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  • Crataegus crus-galli var. inermis
    • a medium-sized deciduous tree
    • 20' to 30' tall and wide
    • broad, rounded tree
  • Crataegus crus-galli var. inermis Shiny, dark-green,simple ovate leaves
  • Crataegus crus-galli var. inermis Fall Color
  • Crataegus crus-galli var. inermis White Flowers
  • Crataegus crus-galli var. inermis Red Fruit Through Fall
  • Crataegus crus-galli t horns
  • Crataegus phaenopyrum Washington Hawthorne
    • Height 25’ Spread 25’
    • Medium water needs
    • Full Sun
    • Specimen tree – rounded shape
    • Dark green, glossy foliage
    • Persistent shiny, red-orange showy fruit
    • Thorns
    • Copper fall color
  • Crataegus phaenopyrum Form
  • Crataegus phaenopyrum Leaf
  • Crataegus phaenopyrum Flower
  • Crataegus phaenopyrum Fruit
  • Crataegus phaenopyrum Fall Color Winter Interest- Fruit
  • Crataegus phaenopyrum Bark
  • Crataegus virdis ‘Winterking’ Hawthorne
    • Medium water needs Yellow fall color
    • Silvery bark
  • Crataegus virdis Height 20-35 Spread 20-35 Widely vase shaped, angular branch pattern
  • Crataegus virdis Dark green simple, lobed leaves
  • Crataegus virdis Thorns
  • Crataegus virdis Flowers - White in clusters
  • Crataegus virdis Fruit red ¼”
  • Crataegus virdis Great Winter Interest
  • Crataegus viridis ‘Winterking’
    • 1.5" long thorns along stems
    • a medium-sized deciduous tree
    • 25' to 30' tall and 20' to 25' wide
    • broad, rounded tree
  • Malus spp.                                                              
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  • Malus x Indian Magic
  • Malus x Profusion
  • Malus x Red Jade
  • Malus x Dolgo
  • Malus x Coral Burst
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  • Malus fruit
  • Malus fruit in winter
  • ID Malus ssp.
    • Scaly bark
    • Red to yellow to green fruit
    • Alternate branching
    • Buds scales are overlapping usually reddish brown with hairs
    • Fruits are 2” or less
    • Height usually 15-20 feet
  • Prunus americana American Plum
    • Height 10-12’ Width 10-12’
    • Low water needs
    • Fragrant white flowers
    • One inch yellow to red fruit
    • Multi trunk or single stem
    • Dry alkaline soils
    • Full Sun
    • Suckers in the wild
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  • Prunus americana small, deciduous tree
  • Prunus americana alternate serrulate leaf margins no glands on petiole pubescent midrib
  • Prunus americana White Flowers
  • Prunus americana Round, fleshy fruit
  • Prunus americana Bark
  • Prunus americana , fall color
  • ID
  • ID by Leaf
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  • ID by Fruit
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  • ID by Flower
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  • ID by Bark or trunk
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  • ID by Winter Interest
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