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Raphiolepis indica (Hawthorn, Dwarf Pink)

Hawthorn, Dwarf Pink

Raphiolepis indica 'cv.'

Native to southern China, Indian Hawthorn is a popular landscape shrub due to the natural ability to stay at a manageable size, spring blooms, and attractive berries in the fall. If there was any drawback to the hawthorns, it would be that deer prefer them to any other plant when dining in everyone’s backyard. ‘Dwarf Pink’ forms a natural mound shape, no more than three feet tall.

Indian Hawthorn leaves are alternate and leathery to the touch, with serrated margins. ‘Dwarf Pink’ is a cultivar with dark green leaves that turn bronze-red in the fall.  Flowers in the spring are deep rose-pink, no more than ¾” in diameter and appearing in clusters. Pome fruits that follow in the fall are dark purple to black, attracting birds.  

Hawthorns prefer well drained soils, and can tolerate poor quality soil and even drought once established. 

Foundation Hedge
Small Hedge
Flowerbed Border

Flower Color:




3-4 Feet



4-5 Feet

Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips for Raphiolepis indica 'cv.'

Interesting Notes

USDA Hardiness Zone 7a

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Item Description
HAW-DPK-05 HAWTHORN, DWARF PINK View Current Crop Photo

Characteristics & Attributes

Deer Tolerance
Full Sun to Part Shade
Water Needs