New York Natural Heritage Program
Dwarf Hawthorn
Crataegus uniflora Muenchh.

New York State Distribution [-]
It is currently known from one population on Staten Island with historical records in the Manorville/Yaphank area of Suffolk County. An 1895 specimen has also been identified from Chautauqua County.

Global Distribution [-]
This shrub is most common in the southeastern United States from Texas and Oklahoma east to Missouri, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Its northern limit is reached in New York where it is rare.
Best Places to See
• Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve (Richmond County)