Gallery of Winter Berries

December portrait of
Crataeagus ambigua




Russian Hawthorn pomes are their most
appealing through December, then begin to
blacken into raisins or fall from the branches.
After they've been through a few frosts,
they cease to be intolerably bitter &
come close to being tasty fresh from the branches,
though best prepared as a spicy hawthorn sauce
similar to cranberry.

See also the pages showing Autumn Hawberry Portraits
& the Hawthorn's Winter Bark.

And read more about this shrub on the main
Crataeagus ambigua page.

Continue to the Next Page of the Winter Berries Gallery.


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