Snow White Indian Hawthorn Shrub (Rhaphiolepis indica ‘Snow White’)

Snow White Indian Hawthorn Shrub


What is Snow White Indian Hawthorn Shrub

Fresh, white spring blooms with rich evergreen foliage – the Snow White Indian Hawthorn is perfect for year-round visual interest. And whether you plant it as hedging, a single focal specimen or accent among your other garden favorites, its glossy leaves make a statement. Plus, purplish-black berries emerge in early autumn, attracting a wildlife show and making the Snow White Indian a true season-to-season must-have.

Plus, the Snow White is the definition of easy care. It tolerates heat and drought, and it stills looks amazing through each month. And it’s excellent for groupings or massed in borders along fences and walls, dressing up every location since it’s so adaptable and versatile.

Our Snow White is better because you get looks and low-maintenance benefits, especially since your Indian Hawthorne is grown and nurtured from day one. Since we’ve planted, meticulously monitored and shipped your Snow White with care, you’ll get better results in your homescape. It’s a proven performer since we’ve put in that extra work.

Basically, when you order our Snow White Indian Hawthorn Shrub, you’re reaping eye-catching rewards without the hassle. And you get effortless elegance delivered right to your door. Order your own Snow White today…and see what all the hype’s about!

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How to Grow and Care for Snow White Indian Hawthorn Shrub

Snow White Indian Hawthorn Shrub (Rhaphiolepis indica ‘Snow White’) Growing Requirements

Hardiness zone 7-9 outdoors


The Snow White Indian Hawthorn is very easy to grow in virtually any location, but ensure you plant in a reliably sunny area (receiving 4 to 8 hours of sunlight a day) and in well-drained soil. Once you’ve selected your location, dig a hole that’s two to three times the size of your plant’s root ball, place your Snow White Indian, then back fill the soil while tamping down to avoid air pockets. After planting, water your shrub to settle its roots.


Water regularly until establishment, about once per week. If you’re not sure when to water your Snow White Indian Hawthorn, simply check its surrounding soil down to about 2 or 3 inches. If the soil is dry here, it’s time to water your shrub.


Apply a balanced liquid fertilizer to your Snow White Hawthorne monthly.


Prune or trim your Snow White Indian to your desired height after it has bloomed and remove any damaged foliage as it grows.

Snow White Indian Hawthorn Shrub (Rhaphiolepis indica ‘Snow White’) Details

Common name Snow White Indian Hawthorn Shrub
Botanical name Rhaphiolepis indica 'Snow White'
Plant type Shrubs, Hedges
Hardiness zone 7-9 outdoors
Growth rate Medium
Height 2-5 ft.
Width 3-4 ft.