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Indian Hawthorn

Uses:

  • Flowering Hedges
  • Containers & Planters
  • Wildlife Gardens

Features:

  • Evergreen Foliage
  • Produces Berries for Birds
  • 4 Seasons of Interest

Sunlight:

  • Partial Shade to Full Sun
  • 5+ Hours of Direct Sun

Growing Zones:

Indian Hawthorn shrubs are fantastic for southern states with warm climates. The evergreen bushes provide year round interest with pretty flowers, berries and foliage that stays all winter.


Why Buy Indian Hawthorn Shrubs Online?

Indian Hawthorn shrubs are an evergreen shrub in the Rosaceae family. These are small flowering bushes or sometimes trees. The branches are purplish brown when younger and turn greyish brown as the plant gets older. The flowers are pink or white and grow in small clusters in the spring. Often followed by small purple or bluish fruits that are attractive to birds. The berries are edible when cooked and can be made into jam. These are also sometimes called Hong Kong hawthorn.

The Best Way To Use Indian Hawthorn 

Indian Hawthorn bushes are winter hardy in growing zones 7 to 10. This is mainly grown in southern states as small flowering hedges. Gardeners are also able to prune these into small ornamental trees or used as a bonsai plant.

The plants can grow from 3 to 6 feet tall and wide with a mounded growth habit. The plants prefer well drained soil and to be planted in a spot that receives full sunlight to partial shade. Use indian hawthorn on your property in mass plantings, hedges, borders, and in garden planters.

  • Great as a flowering hedge

  • Compact evergreen with pink and white flowers

  • 3 to 6 feet tall & wide

  • Growing zones 7 to 10

Indian Hawthorn Companion Plants

Plants that go well with Indian Hawthorn shrubs can be hardy and salt tolerant shrubs, perennials and annuals. A few of our favorites to pair with Indian Hawthorn are hollies, junipers, crape myrtles and lilacs.