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Indian Hawthorn Shrub



 
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Indian Hawthorn Shrubs are a very beautiful evergreen plant that attracts many kinds of butterflies and birds. The leaves of the Indian Hawthorn grow very thick, making it a great choice as a low hedge or ground cover. The dark blue Indian Hawthorn berries attract wildlife, especially birds that also use the shrub as shelter. During the fall months birds and wildlife will feast on the beautiful blue fleshy fruit of the Indian Hawthorne Shrub. Outside the St Anne's Episcopal Church in Tifton, GA. is a cross made out of Indian Hawthorne Shrub Plants.


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How-To Plant Indian Hawthorn
Indian Hawthorn Shrubs

•Easy plant to transplant, the Indian Hawthorne Shrub Bush, also, is a maintenance free shrub which does not require pruning and is drought tolerant. The Indian Hawthorne Bush is a great accent when planted next to side walk, especially during the summer time when the shrubs are in full bloom covered in white flowers and pedestrians can appreciate their beauty. The Indian Hawthorne Shrub has a classy growth habit with beautiful flowers and is salt water tolerant, making this bush a great shrub for zones 7 through 9. Native to southern China, the Indian Hawthorne Shrub is a dense, slow growing evergreen bush that only gets 4 ft. tall and has a mounding growth habit.


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