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Eleanor Tabor Indian Hawthorne - Raphiolepis indica 'Eleanor Tabor'

Eleanor Tabor Indian Hawthorne - Raphiolepis indica 'Eleanor Tabor'

(Rosaceae Raphiolepis Indica Eleanor Tabor)
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    Noteworthy Characteristics

    Eleanor Tabor Indian Hawthorne is an exceptionally low-maintenance, drought and heat tolerant evergreen shrub that produces an abundance of pink flowers in spring, making it a great alternative to Azaleas where there is too much sun. No pruning is necessary as this shrub will maintain its dense, mounded form all on its own.

    Uses

    Eleanor Tabor Indian Hawthorne grows 4 feet tall with a 4 to 6 foot spread making it an excellent selection for foundation plantings, in shrub borders, on slopes for erosion control, or as a natural or formal hedge.

    Culture

    Eleanor Tabor Indian Hawthorne is easy to grow and low maintance. Plant it in locations that provide well-drained soils and full sun to part sun. Though not picky about soil type, well drained and acidic soil is essential. Pruning is minimal unless you want to shear it into a more formal shape. Ceasing pruning two months prior to the first typical frost date in your area.


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    by - FL, United States

    These plants came through in perfect condition. They were healthy and solid. The size was as indicated. The seller packed them well and they arrived in a timely fashion.

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    June 10th 2014
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    by - Hillsborough, North Carolina

    Plant arrived in good condition but is going through some growing pains - some of the leaves are turning red, then browning off! Too early to tell if it will adjust fully but I will order from your company again in the future.

    Reply from Gardener Direct:

    Hi Victoria - Thanks so much for your feedback. Leaf drop after the spring bloom phase is normal, which is then usually followed by the emergence of new leaves. That being said, soil that is constantly soggy or wet can also cause these symptoms. When growing in the ground, Indian Hawthorne are one of those plants that don't drink a lot of water, even during the hot and dry summer months. They require very well-drained soil and during the first growing season after planting require only enough water to keep the soil slightly moist. Use the finger test to check the soil before watering and, if wet, allow it to almost dry out before giving it a deep watering. Keep us updated as to how the plant does and let us know if there's ever anything we can help you with.

    Good Growing!

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