The Eleanor Taber Indian Hawthorne is a densely branched evergreen with lustrous dark green leaves. In spring, this shrub will produce an abundance of small pink flowers that will be followed by small black fruits develop in mid-summer. Once established this shrub is drought tolerant, and easy to maintain because of its uniform mounding growth habit. Fertilize this shrub in spring with slow-release fertilizer for best results.
For a seamless planting, plant your Eleanor Taber 3-4 feet apart. Alternatively, space them 4-5+ feet apart for gaps between plants.