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Indian Hawthorne, Rhaphiolepis indica
Few shrubs are easier to maintain then the Indian hawthorne. They are a small, slow growing shrub that only reach to about three feet with time. During springtime white to pinkish blooms are followed by small black fruit.
The low growing Indian hawthornes make an effective transition to the southern magnolias and eugenia hedge screening. They do nicely as a foundation planting, or even a groundcover.
Certified Arborist #1249A