Large thorny deciduous shrub, possibly a small 15-foot tree. Sometimes called the Klamath Hawthorn, there is also a population in the area of Sebastapol, Sonoma County. The pinkish white flower resembles a crabapple and it makes dark purple fruit which birds relish. It needs some extra moisture. Name changed to C. gaylussacia, but why?
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