Crataegus festiva is a plant native to North America. It is a small tree or shrub that grows to a height of about 10-15 feet. The leaves are oval-shaped and have serrated edges. The flowers are white and have five petals. The plant produces small, red fruits that are about the size of a cherry.
In terms of growing conditions, Crataegus festiva prefers full sun and well-drained soil. It is winter hardy and can tolerate cold temperatures. To cultivate the plant successfully, a grower should plant it in a location that gets plenty of sun and provide it with regular watering.
Crataegus festiva is not edible, but the fruits can be used to make jelly or jam. The plant is valued for its ornamental value, as well as its ability to attract wildlife.