The Mayhaw tree is a native plant to the United States, and even though it grows naturally along river banks, it also can be grown successfully in high elevations. Mayhaws are one of the earliest ripening fruits in the spring, usually being fully ripe before the end of May. Many new grafted strains of mayhaws have been patented and show great promise of producing very high yields. The commercial demand for the mayhaw fruit has never been met for the increasing needs in the production of the famous Mayhaw jelly. Call Aaron's farm mayhaw tree nursery to find out about the best mayhaw selections to grow in your garden.
Red Star Mayhaw
Georgia Red Mayhaw Plant
Swamp Mayhaw Trees
You could be located in any corner of the continental United States and we still have the perfect fruit tree for you. Most common in the southern wetlands of the United States, Mayhaw Trees are perfect for almost any climate. Mayhaw trees survive temperatures as low as -35 degrees Fahrenheit but still require minimal chill hours.