Can you graft mayhaws? Yes, you can, and many of the mayhaw cultivars are grafted onto other mayhaw rootstocks. For more information about mayhaw grafting, including tips on how to graft a mayhaw, simply click on the following article.
Mayhaw cedar quince rust is a common problem on these plants. It affects fruits, stems and leaves and is considered extremely destructive. A few management strategies can help reduce the incidence of rust on mayhaw. Click here to learn more.
Mayhaw trees are attractive, midsize specimens with spectacular springtime blooms. Small, round mayhaw fruits are prized for making delicious jams, jellies, syrup and wine. If you’re wondering how to propagate a mayhaw, search no further! This article will help.
Brown rot of mayhaw is a fungal disease to be on the lookout for. What is mayhaw brown rot? Click on the following article to learn about the symptoms of a mayhaw with brown rot and about mayhaw brown rot control.
The mayhaw is a little known and little grown fruiting tree native to the southern United States. If you want mayhaw fruits, it’s important to have a healthy mayhaw tree. Learn more about common problems with mayhaw trees and how to troubleshoot mayhaw issues here.
Mayhaw is a small tree native to the southern United States that produces a small fruit. Traditionally, the fruit is used to make jelly or wine. It also makes a great flowering ornamental. Growing mayhaw from seed is a simple way to propagate this tree. Learn more here.
Mayhaw trees are native to the swampy, lowland areas of the southern United States. Small, round mayhaw fruits, similar to small crabapples, are prized for making delicious jams, jellies, syrup and wine. Learn about popular types of mayhaw fruit trees here.
Aside from the tree’s attractiveness to wildlife, mayhaw uses are primarily culinary, although the tree is quite ornamental when in bloom. If you can get your hands on some of this native fruit, click this article to find out what to do with mayhaws.
Mayhaws are trees in the hawthorn family. They produce small round fruit that look like miniature crabapples. If you have mayhaws in your backyard, you might want to get ready for mayhow picking time. Click this article for tips on when and how to harvest mayhaw.
You may never have heard of a mayhaw, let alone considered growing mayhaws in your backyard. But this native tree is a species of hawthorn with edible fruit. If the idea of planting mayhaw fruit trees interests you, then click here for more information.
Mayhaw trees are susceptible to a bacterial disease known as fire blight. Fortunately, fire blight on mayhaw can be controlled. Click the article that follows to learn about mayhaw fire blight control and prevention.
Many gardeners enjoy growing unique native fruits as a means to enhance their gardens and build natural habitat for wildlife. However, some of these, like mayhaw, are susceptible to various diseases. So, if you’re asking, “why is my mayhaw tree sick,” this article should help.
Many hard-to-find fruit trees, such as the mayhaw, are easily propagated through stem cuttings. Rooted stem cuttings are an easy way to expand the garden. So, if you want a simple way to add mayhaws to your fruit tree garden, learn how to root their cuttings here.
Perhaps, you grow a mayhaw tree for the fruit. Maybe you have these trees growing wild near your pond and enjoy the showy spring blooms. Whatever the case, trimming mayhaws at some point may become crucial. Click this article to learn more.
Animals find mayhaws irresistible as well, but how about bugs that eat mayhaw? Deer and rabbits are mayhaw pests that can destroy a tree in no time, but does the mayhaw get insect problems? Click this article to learn about pests of mayhaw.
Thornless cockspur hawthorns are a user-friendly variety that allow gardeners to invite these North American natives into the garden without those thorny branches. For information about thornless hawthorn trees, the following article will help.
English hawthorn is a prolific flower producer in spring. This tree is a beautiful sight when covered with its impressive flowers in shades of white, pink, or red. Learn more about English hawthorn care in this article.
Washington hawthorn trees are cultivated for their showy flowers, bright-colored fruit and lovely fall colors. A relatively small tree, Washington hawthorn makes a nice addition to a backyard or garden. Click here for tips on how to grow Washington hawthorn trees.
Cockspur hawthorn trees are small flowering trees that are most notable and recognizable for their long thorns, growing up to three inches (8 cm.). In spite of its thorniness, this type of hawthorn is desirable because it is attractive and can be used for hedging. Learn more here.
Hawthorns are often used for hedges. If you want to know how to transplant a hawthorn shrub or when to move a hawthorn hedge, click on the article that follows. You?ll find lots of good tips for transplanting hawthorn hedges.
Although serious pruning is not required, you can prune your hawthorn tree to keep it looking neat throughout the season. Read this article for hawthorn pruning info should you decide to trim this tree.
Hawthorn trees are a delight to have in the landscape because of their attractive shape, shade potential, and clusters of pink or white flowers that bloom in spring. Get more information about them in this article.