Midland Hawthorn Blossom (Crataegus laevigata)

In medieval times in the UK, Midland hawthorn was probably the more common of the two hawthorn species, favouring ancient woods and hedge banks. Today, those habitats are much rarer, and so the species is less abundant.

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Midland hawthorn blossom

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