The Washington Hawthorn has white flower clusters in spring, red fruit in the fall that persists into the winter. Fruit attracts birds. The foliage is a reddish purple when unfolding and gradually changing to lustrous dark green at maturity. Fall color varies from orange to scarlet to purplish. The Washington hawthorn grows upright when young, but develops a broad canopy and a rounded form with age.
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