Hawthorn is a native British tree that illuminates hedgerows with its white blossom in spring. But some varieties make great small trees.

15 best trees for small gardens: Beautiful small trees

Hawthorn is a native British tree that illuminates hedgerows with its white blossom in spring. But some varieties make great small trees.

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The Instructions For Planting An Indian Hawthorn

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Indian Hawthorn Proves That Drought Tolerant Plants Can Be Beautiful: Indian Hawthorn bush.

Indian Hawthorn Proves That Drought Tolerant Plants Can Be Beautiful

Indian Hawthorn Proves That Drought Tolerant Plants Can Be Beautiful: Indian Hawthorn bush.

Indian hawthorn bush with Asiatic jasmine groundcover surrounding the tree

Indian hawthorn bush with Asiatic jasmine groundcover surrounding the tree

Georgia Petite Indian Hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis x delacourii 'Georgia Petite')

Georgia Petite Indian Hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis x delacourii 'Georgia Petite')

Indian Hawthorne is a great shrub that requires very little pruning to maintain it's round shape. Plus, it flowers and produces berries. Beat that Mr. Boxwood!

Indian Hawthorne is a great shrub that requires very little pruning to maintain it's round shape. Plus, it flowers and produces berries. Beat that Mr. Boxwood!

Indian Hawthorn FLOWER Indian Hawthorn bush (Rhaphiolepis indica). Indian Hawthorn is a mainstay horticultural specimen in southern United States. It is often found in commercial as well as in private landscapes. The species is from southern China, grown for its decorative pink flowers, and is popular in bonsai culture. USDA zone 8-9. If you want more information about this flower, just search the plant's Latin name on Google:

Indian Hawthorn FLOWER Indian Hawthorn bush (Rhaphiolepis indica). Indian Hawthorn is a mainstay horticultural specimen in southern United States. It is often found in commercial as well as in private landscapes. The species is from southern China, grown for its decorative pink flowers, and is popular in bonsai culture. USDA zone 8-9. If you want more information about this flower, just search the plant's Latin name on Google:

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How to Transplant a Hawthorn Bush

Indian Hawthorn bush (Rhaphiolepis indica). Indian Hawthorn is a mainstay horticultural specimen in southern United States. It is often found in commercial as well as in private landscapes. The species is from southern China, grown for its decorative pink flowers, and is popular in bonsai culture. USDA zone 8-9. If you want more information about this flower, just search the plant's Latin name on Google:

Indian Hawthorn bush (Rhaphiolepis indica). Indian Hawthorn is a mainstay horticultural specimen in southern United States. It is often found in commercial as well as in private landscapes. The species is from southern China, grown for its decorative pink flowers, and is popular in bonsai culture. USDA zone 8-9. If you want more information about this flower, just search the plant's Latin name on Google:

An Indian hawthorn bush grew into a tree in Dr. Pat's front yard. Asiatic jasmine groundcover surrounds the tree. Contributed

An Indian hawthorn bush grew into a tree in Dr. Pat's front yard. Asiatic jasmine groundcover surrounds the tree. Contributed

landscaping idea. Red crepe myrtle, yellow/pink rose, hawthorn bush, candy tuft (small white flowers), mexican heather, ornamental cabbages, foxtail ferns, black-eyed susans.

landscaping idea. Red crepe myrtle, yellow/pink rose, hawthorn bush, candy tuft (small white flowers), mexican heather, ornamental cabbages, foxtail ferns, black-eyed susans.

Flowering thornless Hawthorn tree in sunny back garden! Surrounded by some lovely hostas from Terry Krueger's own garden, prairie grass, a rosemary bush and a few gerber daisies coming back from last year. Still to be planted is a Chinese Leptodermis and a Big Blue Sea Holly. Lots of other perennials from last year, don't remember what they are anymore :)

Flowering thornless Hawthorn tree in sunny back garden! Surrounded by some lovely hostas from Terry Krueger's own garden, prairie grass, a rosemary bush and a few gerber daisies coming back from last year. Still to be planted is a Chinese Leptodermis and a Big Blue Sea Holly. Lots of other perennials from last year, don't remember what they are anymore :)

Hawthorn  Crataegus oxyacantha  The May Tree  Sixth month of the Celtic Tree calendar, May 13th - June 9  Sixth consonant of the Ogham alphabet

Hawthorn Crataegus oxyacantha The May Tree Sixth month of the Celtic Tree calendar, May 13th - June 9 Sixth consonant of the Ogham alphabet

Indian Hawthorn (rhaphiolepis species): This evergreen shrub is often used as a foundation planting. It has pink or white flowers in spring and does best in full sun.

Indian Hawthorn (rhaphiolepis species): This evergreen shrub is often used as a foundation planting. It has pink or white flowers in spring and does best in full sun.

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