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Crataegus x lavallei

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The broadleaf foliage of a Lavalle hawthorn tree.

Lavalle Hawthorne 

FAMILY: ROSACEAE

Crataegus x lavallei - Lavalle Hawthorne

About Lavalle Hawthorne at OSU's Landscape Plants site

  • Hybrid of uncertain parentage, perhaps cross between C. mexicana & C. crusgalli. Named in 1880.

  • Can reach 40’ but usually shorter.

  • Leaves dark green and glossy; can turn bronzy-red in fall but will stay on the tree until December.

  • White flowers in clusters turn into large (1/2”) orangered fruit in fall that remains on tree into winter.

  • Fairly common in Portland.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
109

1011 SW 12th

Right of Way

38' Height

46' Spread

6.1' Circ.

This tree is one of 4 Heritage Hawthornes in front of the First Unitarian Church.

Crataegus x lavallei - Lavalle Hawthorne
110

1011 SW 12th

Right of Way

38' Height

46' Spread

5.7' Circ.

This tree is one of 4 Heritage Hawthornes in front of the First Unitarian Church.

Crataegus x lavallei - Lavalle Hawthorne
111

1011 SW 12th

Right of Way

38' Height

46' Spread

5.8' Circ.

This tree is one of 4 Heritage Hawthornes in front of the First Unitarian Church.

Crataegus x lavallei - Lavalle Hawthorne
112

1011 SW 12th

Right of Way

38' Height

36' Spread

7.3' Circ.

This tree is one of 4 Heritage Hawthornes in front of the First Unitarian Church.

Crataegus x lavallei - Lavalle Hawthorne
3756704 SE 122nd Ave. Leach Botanical Garden

35' Height

34' Spread

8.6' Circ.

31" DBH

This tree is located in the courtyard area of Leach Botanical Garden.
Heritage Tree 375 is a Lavalle hawthorn in the courtyard at Leach Botanical Garden.