|Grid reference||ST 19834 78010|
|Common name||Tansy-leaved hawthorn|
|Origin||South West Asia|
|Status||Glamorgan Champion 2015|
|Height||9M April 2015|
|Girth||64cm January 2015|
This tree is on the extreme north eastern boundary, not far from Westville Road entrance. Easily missed is the fact that the upper left hand side of this tree extends upwards and leftwards into the neary oak.
General tree description
Crataegus tanacetifolia is a small, usually thornless tree growing to around 10 metres. It has grey-brown, square cracked bark and grey, deeply-cut, downy leaves. In mid summer there are clusters of fragrant creamy white flowers, 2.5cm across. The fruits are yellowish haws ripening in autumn, 22mm in diameter and containing five pips.