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The Toba Hawthorn Crataegus x mordenensis Toba is hardier than some of the other Hawthorns. This tree was introduced by the Morden Station of Manitoba Canada. It bears fragrant large double white flowers that turn to pink. The foliage is glossy and it bears 1/2 inch red fruit. The glossy dark green foliage turns to yellowish-brown in fall. A unique feature of this tree is that the trunk is somewhat twisted. Toba has a broad upright habit that is rounded; silver gray bark on twisted branches; site adaptable. The bark is amber colored with medium texture; branches are armed with slender 1-3 inch thorns. Can be used as an ornamental plant or in groupings..
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