List of hawthorn species with yellow fruit

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Most species of Crataegus (hawthorn) have red fruit, others can have black or purple fruit, and some have yellow or orange fruit.

European and Asian species[edit]

American species[edit]

  • C. albicera, series Crus-galli[1]
  • C. ambigens, series Silvicolae, fruit "greenish-yellow becoming dark purplish-red"[1]
  • C. amica, series Flavae, fruit "orange blotched with red"[1]
  • C. amplifica, series Pruinosae, fruit "light yellowish green to dark russet"[1]
  • C. anisophylla, series Flavae, fruit orange or orange and red[1]
  • C. angulata, series Pruinosae, fruit "light yellowish green becoming dark purplish-red"[1]
  • C. annosa, series Apricae, fruit yellow or orange, with red[2]
  • C. aprica series Apricae, fruit ripen through a yellow or orange phase before changing to red
  • C. arenicola, series Uniflorae, fruit "orange or orange-red"[1]
  • C. arta, series Crus-galli, fruit yellow-green and orange-red[1]
  • C. attrita, series Flavae, fruit "yellow splashed with red"[1]
  • C. audens, series Flavae, fruit "orange-yellow flushed with red"[1]
  • C. aurescens, Series Madrenses[3]
  • C. austrina, series Pulcherrimae, fruit yellow-green or orange[1]
  • C. berberifolia, series Crus-galli, fruit orange or reddish[1]
  • C. biltmoreana, series Intricatae, fruit green, yellow, or orange
  • C. bisulcata, series Uniflorae[1]
  • C. boothiana, series Tenuifoliae, fruit bright orange[1]
  • C. boyntonii, series Intricatae, fruit "yellow-green flushed with red"
  • C. calva, series Flavae, fruit yellow or orange-red[1]
  • C. chrysocarpa, series Rotundifoliae, fruit ripen through a yellow or orange phase before ripening to red
  • C. condigna, series Flavae, fruit "red or orange and greenish"[1]
  • C. contrita, series Pulcherrimae, fruit green or greenish yellow[1]
  • C. cornellii, series Intricatae[1]
  • C. crocea, series Flavae, fruit "yellow to russet-red"[1]
  • C. crocina, series Crus-galli[1]
  • C. croomeana, series Uniflorae,[1]
  • C. crus-galli, series Crus-galli, rare forms have yellow fruit,[4]
  • C. cullasagensis, series Flavae, fruit "dark orange, mottled with orange-red and crimson"[1]
  • C. dapsilis, series Flavae, fruit "yellow or orange and red"[1]
  • C. darlingtoniana, series Intricatae[1]
  • C. definita, series Intricatae, fruit green or greenish yellow[1]
  • C. delosii, series Intricatae, fruit orange tinged with red[1]
  • C. diversifolia, series Intricatae, fruit orange[1]
  • C. dodgei, series Rotundifoliae, fruit "dull crimson or orange"[1]
  • C. dolosa, series Flavae[1]
  • C. earlei, series Uniflorae[1]
  • C. edura, series Crus-galli[1]
  • C. egens, series Flavae, fruit "orange-red or orange and red"[1]
  • C. egglestonii, fruit "orange becoming crimson"[1]
  • C. flava, series Flavae, fruit dull orange, a rare species whose name is rarely used correctly
  • C. flavida, series Intricatae[1]
  • C. fortunata, series Intricatae[1]
  • C. furtiva, series Flavae, fruit "orange or orange and red"[1]
  • C. galbana, series Apricae, fruit orange to red[2]
  • C. geniculata, series Flavae, fruit "lemon-yellow or orange mottled with red"[1]
  • C. gilva, series Intricatae[1]
  • C. glabrata, series Macracanthae, fruit "crimson blotched with yellow"[1]
  • C. gracilior, series Crus-galli[3][5]
  • C. harveyana, series Intricatae, fruit orange[1]
  • C. ignava, series Apricae[2]
  • C. illudens, series Flavae[1]
  • C. incaedua, series Punctatae, fruit "yellowish red"[1]
  • C. incana, series Flavae, fruit "orange-yellow or orange and red"[1]
  • C. infesta, series Crus-galli[1]
  • C. inopina, series Flavae, fruit "yellow or orange-yellow and red"[1]
  • C. inops, series Flavae, fruit "orange or orange and red"[1]
  • C. intricata, series Intricatae
  • C. kelloggii, series Molles[1]
  • C. lacrimata, series Flavae, fruit yellow or orange and red"[1]
  • C. lecta, series Pruinosae, fruit "light yellow-green becoming red"[1]
  • C. leimonia, series Silvicolae, fruit "orange-red blotched with yellow-green"[1]
  • C. leonensis, series Apricae, fruit orange-red to russet, or blotched with green[2]
  • C. lepida, series Flavae, fruit orange or orange-red[1]
  • C. luteola, series Intricatae[1]
  • C. margaretta, series Rotundifoliae, fruit "reddish or orange"[1]
  • C. meridiana, series Flavae, fruit "orange, yellow, or yellow flushed with red"[1]
  • C. mexicana, series Mexicanae
  • C. minutiflora, series Intricatae, fruit "dull orange or orange and green"[1]
  • C. mira, series Apricae, fruit orange to red[2]
  • C. modesta, series Intricatae, fruit "bright yellow or orange-red"[1]
  • C. neofluvialis, series Macracanthae, fruit "greenish orange or flushed with red"[1]
  • C. opaca, some cultivars
  • C. padifolia, series Intricatae, fruit "yellow flushed with pink, usually pink"[1]
  • C. pallens, series Intricatae[1]
  • C. panda, series Flavae, fruit "orange-red or orange tinged with red"[1]
  • C. peckii, series Intricatae, fruit "light yellow-green or red tinged"[1]
  • C. peramoena, series Macracanthae, fruit "light scarlet blotched with yellow"[1]
  • C. pertomentosa, series Macracanthae, fruit "red or yellowish, becoming dark red"[1]
  • C. pulcherrima, series Pulcherrimae, fruit yellow-green[1]
  • C. pulla, series Flavae, fruit "orange-yellow flushed with red"[1]
  • C. punctata var. aurea, series Punctatae
  • C. quaesila, series Flavae, fruit red and orange[1]
  • C. radina, series Silvicolae, fruit "yellow-green to dark purplish-red"[1]
  • C. raleighensis, series Uniflorae[1]
  • C. rhodella, series Uniflorae, fruit orange and red[1]
  • C. rimosa, series Flavae, fruit "yellow or orange-yellow and red"[1]
  • C. riparia, series Silvicolae, fruit orange-yellow[1]
  • C. rosei subsp. parryana, series Crus-galli, fruit bright yellow[3][5]
  • C. sargentii, series Intricatae[1]
  • C. segnis, series Apricae, fruit orange to red[2]
  • C. sicca, series Pruinosae[1]
  • C. siderea, series Tenuifoliae, fruit yellow-green[1]
  • C. sinistra, series Crus-galli, fruit reddish, green, or yellow[1]
  • C. smithii, series Uniflorae, fruit orange[1]
  • C. sororia, series Flavae, fruit red or red and yellow[1]
  • C. stonei, series Intricatae, fruit "light yellow or greenish-yellow"[1]
  • C. straminea, series Intricatae, fruit yellowish green[1]
  • C. stratfordensis, series Macracanthae, fruit "greenish yellow mottled with crimson"[1]
  • C. structilis, series Macracanthae, fruit "orange or reddish-orange"[1]
  • C. subflavida (possibly the same as C. ignava[2])
  • C. taetrica, series Tenuifoliae, fruit scarlet-yellow[1]
  • C. tetrica, series Crus-galli, fruit yellow-green[1]
  • C. tenax, series Punctatae, fruit "scarlet or mottled with yellow or olive"[1]
  • C. torta, series Pruinosae, fruit "light yellow or russet green"[1]
  • C. tripartita, series Virides, fruit yellow-green[1]
  • C. villicarpa, series Intricatae, fruit "orange-yellow or tinged with red"[1]
  • C. uniflora, series Uniflorae[1]
  • C. vailiae, series Macracanthae, fruit "yellowish-green becoming red"[1]
  • C. versuta, series Flavae, fruit "orange or greenish-yellow and red"[1]
  • C. viburnifolia, series Molles[1]
  • C. vicana, series Flavae, fruit "yellow or orange blotched with red"[1]
  • C. vicenda, series Flavae, fruit "yellow or flushed with red"[1]
  • C. villaris, series Flavae, fruit "yellow or orange-yellow flushed with red"[1]
  • C. virella, series Pruinosae, fruit "yellowish green blotched with pink, olive, or russet"[1]
  • C. visenda, series Apricae, fruit orange to red[2]
  • C. vivida, series Coccineae, fruit "dull orange-red blotched with yellow"[1]

See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

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