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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn, Rosalinda™ Indian Hawthorn)

Easy to grow and graced by beautiful, fragrant flowers, Indian hawthorn Rosalinda™ is a large, vigorous, well-branched, evergreen shrub, native to the warm and temperate regions of eastern Asia. The leaves are large, leathery, glossy, oval, alternately arranged on the stems and have serrate edges – like a steak knife. New leaves emerge red/purple or bronze. The large pink flowers are semi-double (extra petals) and commonly appear in the spring. They are produced at the ends of the branches in loose...

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

Easy to grow with beautiful fragrant flowers Indian hawthorn Olivia™ is a spreading shrub, well branched and vigorous. The leaves are leathery, glossy, oval, alternately arranged on the stems and have serrate edges – like that of a steak knife. New foliage is rusty-hued when it emerges. The abundant white flowers are single and commonly appear in the spring. They are produced at the ends of the branches in loose branched clusters. Each bloom is star-shaped and has pointed petals. This selections...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

Easy to grow and graced by beautiful fragrant flowers, Indian hawthorn Eleanor Tabor® is a dense, vigorous, spreading shrub. The leaves are leathery, glossy, oval, alternately arranged on the stems and have serrate edges – like a steak knife. New leaves are bronze when they emerge. The flowers are pink, semi-double and commonly appear in the spring. They are produced at the ends of the branches in loose clusters. Eleanor Tabor (also known as ‘Conor’) produces showy, apple-like, blue-black fruit after...

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

The genus Rhaphiolepis comprises approximately 15 species of shrubs and small trees from subtropical and temperate regions of East Asia.

These cold-tender evergreens bear leathery, glossy-green, oval to lance-shaped leaves with toothed or smooth edges. Newly emerged leaves are often red or bronze. Loose clusters of small, five-petaled, unscented or mildly fragrant flowers appear toward the branch tips in late winter, spring, or summer. The star-shaped blooms are pink, white, or red,...

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John Rickard

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

Easy to grow and graced with beautiful fragrant flowers, Indian hawthorn is a large shrub or small tree, well-branched and vigorous. The leaves are large, leathery, glossy, oval, alternately arranged on the stems and have serrate edges – like a steak knife. Its leaves are red/purple or bronze when they emerge. The large pink flowers are single and commonly appear in the spring. They are produced at the ends of the branches in huge, branched clusters. Each bloom is star-shaped and has pointed petals....

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Jessie Keith

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

Easy to grow and graced with beautiful fragrant flowers, Indian hawthorn ‘Pink Lady’ is a spreading, well-branched, vigorous shrub. Its leaves are leathery, glossy, elliptical, alternately arranged on the stems, and have serrate edges – like a steak knife. New foliage is red/purple or bronze when it emerges. The abundant dark pink flowers are single and commonly appear in the spring. They are produced at the ends of the branches in loose, branched clusters. Each flower is star-shaped and has pointed...

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

Easy to grow and graced with beautiful fragrant flowers, Indian hawthorn ‘Pinkie’ is a well-branched, vigorous, spreading shrub. The leaves are leathery, glossy, elliptical, alternately arranged on the stems, and have serrate edges – like a steak knife. New foliage is red/purple or bronze when it emerges. The abundant dark- pink flowers are single and commonly appear in the late spring and early summer. They are produced at the ends of the branches in loose, branched clusters. Each flower is star-shaped...

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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...