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(Indian Hawthorn)

Easy care and a beautiful all season plant for the southern garden, 'Monme' is also known by the trade name Springtime®. Indian hawthorn is a compact broadleaf-evergreen shrub native to southern China. This selection has a rounded habit and produces loose clusters of fragrant, deep pink flowers in spring and intermittently through summer. These are sometimes followed by blue-black berries that are partially hidden by the leathery, glossy, dark green leaves.

Indian hawthorn grows best in full...

(Indian Hawthorn)

Rich dark pink blooms and an loose open habit are assets of 'Monray' which is also known by the trade name Spring Rapture®. Indian hawthorn is a compact broadleaf-evergreen shrub native to southern China. This selection produces loose clusters of fragrant, rosy flowers in spring and intermittently through summer. They are sometimes followed by blue-black berries that are partially hidden by the leathery, glossy, dark green leaves.

East to grow, Indian hawthorn needs lots of sun and fertile,...

(Indian Hawthorn)

A two-toned spring bloomer, 'Monto' is also known by the trade name Indian Princess®. Indian hawthorn is a compact broadleaf-evergreen shrub native to southern China. This selection has a mounded habit and produces loose clusters of fragrant flowers that open pink in spring and fade to white-with both colors evident at one time. These are sometimes followed by blue-black berries that are partially hidden by the leathery, glossy, dark green leaves.

Indian hawthorn grows its finest in full sun...

(Indian Hawthorn)

Cameo® Indian hawthorn was selected by Ponto Nursery Inc.of Vista, CA from seedlings of the cultivar 'Clara.' It is a compact, broadleaf, evergreen shrub like the parent species, a native of southern China. However, 'Ponto's Pink Clara' has shown great resistance to diseases that can plague Indian hawthorns. From late winter through spring, it produces clusters of fragrant, pink flowers that almost obscure the plant. They are followed by blue-black berries. The leathery, glossy, lance-shaped leaves...

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James Burghardt

(Indian Hawthorn)

Widely used in warm-climate gardens, Indian hawthorn is a compact broadleaf, evergreen shrub native to southern China. Selected from seedlings raised in Alabama, Snow Pink™ is an improved form of this favorite shrub. It has a mounding habit, moderate to fast growth, and profuse flowering. It has proven to have good cold hardiness, salt tolerance and resistance to leaf spot and fireblight, a disfiguring bacterial disease.

From late winter through spring, 'Sopink' produces abundant clusters of fragrant,...

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James H. Schutte

(Yeddo Hawthorn)

The attractive Yeddo hawthorn is an evergreen shrub or small tree with a rounded habit native to Japan and Korea. It has good cold hardiness and offers an abundance of white or pink blooms, depending on variety, from late winter to spring.

All year round it has glossy, leathery leaves that are oval to oblong and have lightly toothed edges. New foliage is often red or bronze when it emerges and ages to a rich dark green. The young branches are often covered with brown fuzz. Its fragrant flowers...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

The attractive hybrid Indian hawthorn Rhaphiolepis x delacourii is an evergreen shrub with a dense mounded habit. It has good cold hardiness and offers an abundance of white or pink blooms, depending on variety from late winter to spring. The original plant crossing was accomplished in France around 1869.

All year round it has glossy, leathery leaves that are oval and have lightly toothed edges. New foliage is often red or bronze when it emerges and ages to a rich dark green....

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

The attractive Indian hawthorn ‘Georgia Petite’ is a low-growing, evergreen shrub with a dense, mounded habit. A hybrid with parents native to East Asia, it has good cold hardiness, is resistant to fungal leaf spot and offers an abundance of flowers from late winter to early spring.

All year round it has glossy, leathery leaves that are oval and have lightly toothed edges. New foliage is often red or bronze when it emerges and ages to a rich dark-green. The flowers are fragrant and appear in clusters...

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Southern Living®

(Hybrid Indian Hawthorn, Spring Sonata™ Hybrid Indian Hawthorn)

The attractive Indian hawthorn Spring Sonata™ is a low-growing evergreen shrub with a dense mounded habit. It has good cold hardiness, is resistance to fungal leaf spot and offers an abundance of white blooms from late winter to early spring.

All year round it has glossy, leathery leaves that are oval and have lightly toothed edges. New foliage is often red or bronze when it emerges and ages to a rich dark green. Its fragrant flowers appear from late winter to spring. They are produced in clusters...

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James H. Schutte

(Lady Palm)

Graceful lady palms are among the best for shade. Native to southern China, they are petite, clumping and moderate to slow growing. The straight, thin stems or trunks are clothed in dense, dark brown, matted fibers and leaf bases. Clumps may eventually have hundreds of stems. The leaves are often clustered at the ends of the stems, divided and shaped like a hand – palmate. The tips of the leaflets are bluntly toothed, pointed and the leaf color is very dark, shiny green. Small flowers are produced...