Loropetalum or Chinese Fringe Flower
Loropetalum are evergreen, free-flowering, shrubs. Fragrant flowers are in clusters at the end of short branches, with thin, strap-like petals similar to those of their witch hazel family and produced in late winter and early spring
Where to Site Your Loropetalum
Loropetalum’s beautiful eye-catching foliage these are ideal for pots and middle to the front of the flower border. They can be grown as ground cover.
How to Grow and Look after your Loropetalum
Loropetalum are best grown in partial shade with wind protection in fertile soil with plenty of compost added. They do not like being waterlogged in a boggy area.
They can be pruned to maintain their size in early spring. Be careful as you don’t want to lose any of their natural shape. Followed by a good granular fertiliser