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Jessie Keith

(Indian Hawthorn)

With its dense, compact rounded habit, its handsome leathery dark green leaves, and its spring and early-summer sprays of fragrant white flowers, this native of Japan and Korea is one of the best broadleaf evergreens for gardens in mild climates. Shiny black fruits in late summer provide further ornament.

This shrub prefers sun and moist, well-drained soil, and tolerates seaside condtions. Use it as an informal hedge or foundation plant, in containers, or in a mixed border.

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Jessie Keith

(Ballerina Indian Hawthorn, Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

The compact and pretty Indian hawthorn 'Ballerina' produces clusters of small, star-like, dark pink flowers in spring and summer. It has a dense rounded habit and handsome leathery leaves that are dark green and rounded. These turn a pretty bronzy red hue in winter. Its sprays of fragrant pink flowers brighten the landscape from early spring to summer and may appear sporadically in the cold season where winters are very mild. The flowers are followed by moderately attractive blue-black fruits.

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Felder Rushing

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn, Jack Evans Yeddo Hawthorn)

The tough and pretty Indian hawthorn ‘Jack Evans’ has pink flowers, an upright habit and dense evergreen leaves. It has a dense rounded habit and handsome leathery leaves that are dark green and rounded. Its sprays of fragrant pink flowers brighten the landscape from early spring to fall and may appear sporadically in the cold season where winters are very mild. The flowers are followed by moderately attractive blue-black fruits.

This shrub prefers full sun and a wide range of well-drained soil...

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James Burghardt

(Gulf Green® Yeddo Hawthorn, Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

The compact Gulf Green® has a rounded habit and offers small white flowers early in the season. Its evergreen leaves are dark green, rounded and have a coppery hue when they first emerge and in the cold of winter. Its fragrant white flowers brighten the landscape from early spring to summer and may appear sporadically in the cold season where winters are very mild. The flowers are followed by moderately attractive blue-black fruits.

This shrub prefers full sun and a wide range of well-drained...

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn, Pink Flush Indian Hawthorn)

With its dense, compact, rounded habit, its handsome, leathery, dark green leaves, and its spring and early-summer sprays of fragrant flowers, the Yeddo hawthorn is one of the best broadleaf evergreens for gardens in mild climates. This selection, ‘Pink Flush’ is notable for its large clusters of pink flowers in spring and occasional re-bloom in summer, followed by clusters of shiny black fruits in late that are ornamental. Each flower is star-shaped and has pointed petals.

This shrub prefers...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn, Snow White Yeddo Hawthorn)

The compact 'Snow White' produces generous clusters of small, star-like white flowers in spring. It has a rounded, spreading habit and its evergreen leaves are dark green and lustrous. Its fragrant white flowers brighten the landscape from early spring to summer and may appear sporadically in the cold season where winters are very mild. The flowers are followed by moderately attractive blue-black fruits.

This shrub prefers full sun and a wide range of well-drained soil types. It tolerates conditions...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Indian Hawthorn)

Indian hawthorn is a compact broadleaf evergreen shrub native to southern China. It produces clusters of fragrant, white, pink-tinged flowers from spring intermittently through summer. The leathery, glossy, dark green, lance-shaped leaves are attractive year-round.

Indian hawthorn likes full sun and fertile, well drained, slightly acidic soil. Use it as a low hedge or as a backdrop for a flower border. It can also be grown under glass in cooler areas.

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James Burghardt

(Indian Hawthorn, White-flowered Indian Hawthorn)

Indian hawthorn is a compact broadleaf evergreen shrub native to southern China. 'Alba' produces clusters of fragrant white flowers intermittently from spring through summer. The leathery, glossy, dark green, lance-shaped leaves are attractive year-round.

Indian hawthorn likes full sun and fertile, well drained, slightly acidic soil. Use it as a low hedge or as a backdrop for a flower border. It can also be grown under glass in cooler areas.

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John Rickard

(Indian Hawthorn)

Indian hawthorn is a compact, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to southern China. The cultivar 'Clara' produces clusters of fragrant, white flowers from spring intermittently through summer. Its leathery, glossy, dark green, lance-shaped leaves are softly edged with dark red and attractive year-round.

Indian hawthorn likes full sun and fertile, well drained, slightly acidic soil. Use it as a low hedge or as a backdrop for a flower border. It can also be grown under glass in cooler areas and makes...

(Indian Hawthorn)

Indian hawthorn is a compact, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to southern China. This selection, 'Harbinger of Spring,' has a mounding habit and produces loose clusters of fragrant, pink flowers from late winter through spring in such profusion that they cover the plant. Its leathery, glossy, dark-green, lance-shaped leaves develop a reddish tint in winter.

Indian hawthorn likes full sun and fertile, well-drained, slightly acidic soil. Leaf spot can be a problem on some cultivars so avoid overhead...