The hawthorn tree (Crataegus aestivalis) associated with Southern U. S. bearing a juicy acid scarlet fruit frequently found in jellies or preserves.
A small tree, Cratægus æstivalis, associated with south usa. Its fruit, which ripens in May, can be used for preserves, jellies, etc. In addition apple-haw.
This species gets the largest flowers together with biggest and best-flavored good fresh fruit of genus. In southwestern Louisiana the fruit is essentially gathered the market, becoming used for jellies, etc. Also referred to as summertime haw.
hawthorn of south United States bearing a juicy, acid, scarlet fresh fruit which frequently found in jellies or preserves