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(Chinese Privet, Davidson Hardy Chinese Privet)

Glossy privet is a small broadleaf evergreen tree native to China. It differs from Japanese privet in its longer, less shiny leaves and its larger, later clusters of pungent white flowers. It can be pruned as a shrub or grown as a tree with an attractive, gray, sinuous trunk. The prolific blue-black fruits can cause litter problems when they fall. It will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, or screens....

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James H. Schutte

(Big Blue Lilyturf, Lilac Beauty Lilyturf)

The low-growing 'Lilac Beauty' has violet-pink flowers that appear in late summer. This grass-like evergreen perennial originates from the forests of eastern Asia. Its dark green leaves are long and narrow and the plants grow in lax, fast-spreading clumps.

Lilyturf grows best in good soil with average moisture but tolerates poor soils and dry conditions. One of its greatest benefits is its shade tolerance. It grows readily in partial or full shade and creates a good groundcover under trees....

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum)

A member of the witchhazel family, this medium-sized, broadleaf evergreen shrub is native to Japan and China. Fragrant, spider-like, white flowers appear in late winter and early spring and sporadically at other seasons. The arching, spherical habit and rich green rounded leaves are attractive year-round.

Chinese fringeflower grows best in light shade and acid, humus-rich soil. It will handle full sun exposures in fertile and moist soils. In the colder part of its range it will be deciduous,...

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Ben Rhoden, Courtesy of the Gardener's Confidence Collection®

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum)

Creamy white flowers and a compact dense habit make the Chinese fringeflower Carolina Moonlight® a good choice for the garden. This vigorous cultivar is a cross between Loropetalum chinense cultivar `Hillier` and Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum cultivar `Blush`and was bred by Carroll Theodore Stephens of North Augusta, South Carolina.

Asian in origin, fringeflower bears fragrant, spidery blooms from late winter to early spring and sporadically throughout the year....

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum)

Chinese fringeflower ‘Snowmound’ is an evergreen shrub native to Japan, China and southeastern Asia. It bears fragrant, many-petaled, spidery white flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically at other seasons. The alternate, ovate leaves are leathery, rough on their upper surface, paler underneath. The cultivar ‘Snowmound’ produces light green new foliage which matures to dark olive green. Snowmound is a compact, dwarf selection with a dense, mounding form.

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum, Purple-leaved Chinese Fringeflower)

Redleaf Chinese fringeflower is a broadleaf evergreen shrub native to Japan and China. It bears fragrant, spidery pink flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically at other seasons. The arching, spherical habit and bronze-green to burgundy, rounded leaves are attractive year-round.

This shrub grows best in light shade and acid, humus-rich soil. In the colder part of its range, give it some winter wind protection. It works well in mixed borders, foundation plantings, and large containers....

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James H. Schutte

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum, Purple-leaved Chinese Fringeflower)

Blush Chinese fringeflower is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to Japan and China. A vigorous selection, 'Blush' bears fragrant, spidery, burgundy-pink flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically in other seasons. The arching, spherical habit and newly emerging leaves are purple-tinged. These rounded leaves turn more green as summer approaches.

This shrub grows best in light shade and acid, humus-rich soil. In the colder part of its range, give 'Blush' protection from winter...

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Holly Chichester

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum, Purple-leaved Chinese Fringeflower)

Red leaf Chinese fringeflower is an evergreen shrub native to Japan, China and southeastern Asia. It bears fragrant, many-petaled, spidery hot pink flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically at other seasons. The alternate, ovate leaves are leathery, rough on their upper surface, paler underneath. The cultivar ‘Burgundy Blast’ produces new foliage which is burgundy to purple; the older foliage is dark burgundy to dark green. In zones where semi-evergreen, the foliage may exhibit orange...

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Jim Midcap, Courtesy of the Gardener's Confidence Collection®

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum, Purple-leaved Chinese Fringeflower)

The robust and colorful Chinese fringeflower named Ever Red® has rich deep burgundy leaves and vivid red flowers. This evergreen shrub is compact, mildew and disease resistant and drought tolerant once established.

Asian in origin, fringeflower bears fragrant, spidery blooms from late winter to early spring and sporadically throughout the year. Its oval, burgundy leaves are leathery, rough on their upper surface and paler underneath. This selection has an upright to arching habit and offers...

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum, Purple-leaved Chinese Fringeflower)

Red leaf Chinese fringeflower is an evergreen shrub native to Japan, China and southeastern Asia. It bears fragrant, many-petaled, spidery dark pink to red flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically at other seasons. The alternate, ovate leaves are leathery, rough on their upper surface, paler underneath. The cultivar ‘Daybreak’s Flame’ produces new foliage which is rose-red to bronze; the older foliage is red to dark green. In zones where semi-evergreen, the foliage may exhibit orange...