Contradictory: The Hawthorn Fanlisting

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For information about gardening and hawthorn's medicinal uses, visit GardenGuides.

Trees for Life offers an interesting look at the mythology of hawthorn in Scotland and Britain as a whole.

The world's most famous hawthorn, the Glastonbury Thorn, is discussed at Wikipedia.

Information on how to eat hawthorn berries can be found at Trees of Our Future.

Since the downy hawthorn (Crataegus mollis) was adopted as Missouri's official State Flower in 1923, you can find lots of information about it on-line, including at their Department of Conservation's website.


The source of the image used in the header is Getty Images' royalty-free collection. If you would like to look at more examples of hawthorn, they have many images of the plant in its various forms.

The font used for the header and the navigation links is Ajile, which is freeware for Windows and can be downloaded from many different font websites, including SimplyTheBest.

The fanlisting was opened on November 22, 2007 and moved to its current location, under the same owner, on June 30, 2009. It is approved by the Fanlistings Network. Any concerns about copyright should be directed to the owner for resolution.

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