The Grafted &bul; Superspur&bul; Mayhaw trees were originally obtained from the former, Sherwood S Akin, from Sibley, La who was a famous NAFEX plant collector and explorer, who documented yields from the Super Spur tree of 100 pounds per tree. This mayhaw tree is recommended for coastal areas, and the tree blooms the first week in May, and the large berries are fully ripe by the first week in June. Yields of the Super Spur mayhaw plant increase to about one gallon per each year of age. This excellent mayhaw plant cultivar is important commercially, because it ripens &bul; all at once,&bul; a characteristic that simplifies harvesting, and the highest quality can be maintained. The super spur mayhaw is grafted on a two year old rootstock and usually bears sustained crops beginning in the second year. These mayhaws have a deep red color when ripe and are cold hardy to zone 3. The taste and character of mayhaw jelly is just fantastic, incomparable to any other. These trees were tested by horticulturalist, Dr. Gerard W. Krewer, of the University of Georgia Experimental Station in orchards planted near Tifton, Georgia.