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The Georgia Red mayhaw tree is a late maturing producer, the mayhaw berries ripening during the last week of May or the first week of April in South Georgia.  The flowers of this seedling grown tree are fragrant and are perfect pollinators for most other mayhaws.  These mayhaw trees grow rapidly to maturity at a height of 15 feet, and the berries don't normally drop to the ground until soft after the mayhaw berries have changed to a bright red color.

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1-2ft tall [$14.75]
2-3ft tall [$26.75]
3-4ft tall [$39.75]
4-5ft tall [$59.75]
5-6ft tall [$89.75]
6-7ft tall - Bearing Size [$129.75]

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Mayhaw orchardists have realized over the years that mayhaw trees can be grown on upland ridges and do not require a wet site to produce. A bowl of Georgia Red mayhaws are fully ripe during the middle days of May and ready to bake or boil down into delicious mayhaw jelly. The Georgia Red Mayhaw tree stands out in the landscape, showing up brightly in the sunlight as it reflects off the beautiful red mayhaw fruit. The 'Georgia Red' Mayhaw is as large as a small plum and bright red in color. The mayhaw berry has the appearance of a miniture apple or crabapple, but the delicate flavor when cooked is unmatched. The fragrance of the Georgia Red Mayhaw berry is fruity as it begins its ripening process in early Spring.


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Disappointed May 28, 2016
Reviewer: Lizabeth Davis from Irving, TX United States  
This mayhaw, the way it was packed with the other trees in the order, was not sufficiently in the gel and arrived with its roots bone dry. I am doubtful it will revive because of that.

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tree May 25, 2016
Reviewer: Victor Wendt from Loudon, Tennessee United States  
arrived dry , like they could snap at any moment

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Mayhaw May 6, 2016
Reviewer: Terry Arnold from Mooresburg, TN United States  
Tree was in really bad shape when it arrived. I set it out hoping for the best.

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Good Roots February 9, 2016
Reviewer: William Johnson from Washington, GA United States  
Excellent roots on my mayhaws .I look forward to seeing how much these grow this season.

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Plant February 3, 2016
Reviewer: William Dodson from PORT SAINT JOE, FL United States  
Healthy plant

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