Young Hawthorn tree | Crataegus succulenta 'Jubilee'


"Crataegus succulenta 'Jubilee' is a healthy fire blight-resistant hawthorn that blooms with an abundance of white flowers followed by red fruits."

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Can be planted throughout the year


The Crataegus succulenta 'Jubilee,' also known as the Hawthorn 'Jubilee,' represents an improved cultivar within the hawthorn assortment.


Fire Blight Resistant

After extensive research, the Crataegus succulenta 'Jubilee' has proven to be resistant to fire blight. Even when situated near other infected trees, this variety remained unaffected.


The Name 'Jubilee'

The moniker 'Jubilee' was bestowed upon this variety in celebration of its introduction during the Arbor Day Foundation's anniversary.


Leaf Color and Shape

The leaves of Crataegus succulenta 'Jubilee' boast a dark green hue and exhibit an oval shape with serrated edges.


Autumnal Transformation

Come autumn, before the tree sheds its leaves, they undergo a transformation ranging from yellow to red hues.



Following the spring foliage, Crataegus succulenta 'Jubilee' blossoms in May-June with exquisite white flowers arranged in clusters.



In the fall, vibrant red fruits grace the tree, enticing birds with their edible appeal.



This hawthorn variety also features substantial thorns, reaching lengths of up to 4 cm.



The Crataegus succulenta 'Jubilee' finds swift applicability in nearly any garden due to its compact stature, striking blossoms, and fruitful yield. Additionally, this variety exhibits resilience to heat.


Growth Pattern

The tree adopts a vase-shaped growth pattern.


How to plant the tree?

  1. Determine the final location of the tree and ensure it is free from cables, debris, old plants, and other obstacles that may hinder the tree's growth.
  2. Dig a planting hole that is twice the width of the root ball. Loosen the soil at the bottom of the planting hole and mix the excavated soil with (organic) garden soil or planting substrate.
  3. Adjust the planting hole to the height where the root ball fits and firmly press the soil.
  4. Fill the planting hole with water and wait for it to settle. Check if the root ball is sufficiently moist.
  5. Place the tree or plant in the planting hole. It is extremely important that the tree is not planted too deep, as this can cause root rot.
  6. Insert a tree stake or bamboo stake firmly into the ground on the side of the tree where the most wind comes from.
  7. Now, place the watering ring or create a mound of soil around the tree so that water can seep into the ground.


Why Choose a Young Tree from Amitis

  • Easy to plant yourself due to the compact size and light weight
  • Conveniently delivered to your home in a sturdy packaging
  • Experience the growth and development of your own tree
  • Easy to maintain
  • Cultivate the size and growth form you are looking for
  • Attain mature size within a short time
  • Can be planted year-round as everything is delivered in pots
  • No root loss and better chances of establishment as everything is pot-grown
  • Cost-effective purchase
  • Fresh, healthy plants directly from the grower



Want to know more about pruning? Read our page on tree maintenance! Feel free to contact us; we are happy to assist!


  • Flower color

  • Flowering months

  • Location

    Sun semi-shade
  • Fruits

    Edible red fruits
  • Evergreen

    Not evergreen
  • Winter hardiness

  • Leaf color in summer

  • Leaf color in autumn



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