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Rhaphiolepis umbellata

Species: Rhaphiolepis umbellata

Common Name: Yeddo Hawthorn

Position: Full sun to part shade

Height: 1.5m

Spread: 1.5m

 

Description

Rhaphiolepis umbellata is a small, slow growing, evergreen, rounded shrub with glossy, dark green foliage. Clusters of scented white flowers are produced in late Spring to early Summer. Black berries follow the flowers in Autumn.

Features

  • Long flowering
  • Decorative shrub
  • Tolerates coastal conditions


Suggested Uses

Works well as a screening plant. Great as a decorative specimen plant in mixed garden beds or shrubberies. Suitable for coastal gardens.

Position

Choose a sunny, open position with moist, well-drained soil. Tolerates coastal and windy conditions.

Care

Water well until established. Can be pruned regularly to maintain desired shape.

 

Rhaphiolepis umbellata is currently grown in the following sizes: 17cm pot


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Please Note: Growing size of plants will vary depending on growing conditions, planting location and care. Information is provided as a guide only.

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