Raphiolepis indica (Indian hawthorn)

Raphiolepis indica - A dense, broad-leaved evergreen shrub that typically grows to 4-6’ tall and as wide.  It features serrate, oblong-lanceolate leaves (to 2-3" long). New leaves emerge with bronze tints but mature to deep green. Fragrant, white to light pink flowers (1/2" wide) bloom in spring in loose panicles to 2-3" tall. Flowers are followed by blue-black berries.  Family : Rosaceae

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