Mayhaw Facts

The mayhaw (crataegus opaca) is a fruit about 1/2" to 1" in diameter. Ripe from mid-April through early May, its fruit color varies from bright red to reddish yellow. It is not a desirable berry for eating raw.

The mayhaw is a Hawthorne native to the southeastern states that is normally a 20 - 30 foot tree at maturity. Usually found in low, wet, slightly acid areas, mayhaws produce best on good upland soils in full sun...

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Where to Buy

The 'Where to Buy' page is an excellent place to find mayhaw products that you can purchase from different gorwers and vendors. Check it out and enjoy fresh mayhaw product.

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Our Mission

The MISSION of the Louisiana Mayhaw Association (LMA) is to serve mayhaw growers in all states with the purpose of allying its members for representation, promotion, education, production of high...

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Our Vision

The Vision of the Louisiana Mayhaw Assocation (LMA) is to lead our members and the mayhaw industry to insure a sustaining and profitable future.

 

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