Rhaphiolepis umbellata

Species: Rhaphiolepis umbellata

Common Name: Yeddo Hawthorn

Position: Full sun to part shade

Height: 1.5m

Spread: 1.5m



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.


  • 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.


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


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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