Indian Hawthorn (Rhaphiolepsis indica) is an evergreen shrub with pretty pink blooms. I’ve heard that the fruit is edible when cooked, and can be used to make jam but I have not tried it myself. The blooms appear to fade so some of them look white against the fresher deeper pink blooms.
Photo 1: Indian Hawthorn
Photo 2: In the pink
Photo 3: Indian Hawthorn in the rain
Photo 4: Indian Hawthorn emerging
Photo 5: Indian Hawthorn paler shade of pink
Photo 6: Indian Hawthorn White on Pink
Photo 7: Indian Hawthorn Shimmer
OH my goodness, how I LOVE the colors in this. This color happens to be my favorite. Thank you SO much!!! xx
Thank you so much Amy! Thrilled that you love it! I am posting a pink rose next 😉
Goosebumps. I cannot wait. Your images are right out gorgeous. They speak to my heart and I KNOW you love them. I “see” that and I “feel” it too. xx Amy
Your comments have warmed my heart and made my day Amy! Thank you so much! Yes you are correct – I absolutely LOVE them 😉
*tears* Bless you. Just bless you. Loving Roses and growning Roses are two different things. As you know. They have given you the privilege to allow YOU in to their world. I can tell by your photographs. This is a gift you have been given. I know it is. For I have it too. OH, I am just all choked up. Love, Amy
Ah bless you Amy! You are making me teary! Keep sharing your wonderful spirit with the world! Wishing you a joyful day! Love V
Beautiful set !!
Thank you Sophie! Glad you like them.