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Ford, Wiltshire. Blackthorn.
England

Both Blackthorn and Hawthorn are hedgerow trees with white blossoms. The simple difference is: Blackthorn blossoms early, before other trees come into leaf while Hawthorn is later, when other trees are in leaf.

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