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James H. Schutte

(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 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 ‘Fire Dance’ produces new foliage which is rub-red maturing though red purple to dark green with a hint of red. This large shrub has an upright to arching habit.

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

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

The hot rose-pink flowers and free spreading habit of Little Rose Dawn® make this an exceptionally beautiful and versatile Chinese fringeflower for the landscape. It was discovered by Mark P. Griffith of Watkinsville, Georgia as a chance sport of Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum cultivar `Ruby.’

Asian in origin, fringeflower bears fragrant, spidery blooms from late winter to early spring and sporadically throughout the year. Its leathery scalloped leaves are evergreen with pale...

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John Rickard

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

Chinese fringeflower Plum Delight or 'Hines Purpleleaf' is an evergreen shrub native to Japan, China and southeastern Asia. It bears fragrant, many-petaled, spidery dark 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 ‘Hines Purpleleaf’ produces foliage that emerges rose-purple and matures to bronze-purple. In zones where semi-evergreen, the foliage may exhibit orange...

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John Rickard

(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 raspberry 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 ‘Monraz,’ commonly known as Razzleberri, produces new foliage which is burgundy maturing to dark green and red with a hint of bronze. This large shrub has an upright to arching...

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Hahira Nursery

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

Ruby Chinese fringeflower is a medium-sized, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to Japan and China. A compact selection, 'Ruby' bears fragrant, spidery, fuchsia-pink flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically in other seasons. The arching, spherical habit and burgundy-purple, rounded leaves are attractive year-round.

This shrub grows best in light shade and acid, humus-rich soil, but is tolerant of full sun if there is adequate soil moisture. In the colder part of its range it will...

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James Burghardt

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

Purple Pixie™ is a low, spreading, purple-leaved cultivar of Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum, a broadleaf evergreen shrub from eastern Asia. Its arching branches bear fragrant, many-petaled, spidery pink flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically at other seasons. Its leaves are rounded, leathery, and rough on their upper surface. Purple Pixie™ is one of the darkest purple-leaved cultivars.

Chinese fringeflower grows best in fertile, humus-rich, acidic soil that...

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Hahira Nursery

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

Redleaf Chinese fringeflower is a large, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to Japan and China. A relatively tall-growing and upright selection, 'Zhuzhou Fuchsia' bears fragrant, spidery, burgundy-pink flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically at other seasons. The upright, arching habit and dark purple, rounded leaves are attractive year-round.

This shrub grows best in light shade and acid, humus-rich soil but will tolerate full sun with ample soil moisture. In the colder part of...

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James Burghardt

(Fetterbush Lyonia, Shiny Lyonia, Stagger Bush)

Honey-scented white to light pink flowers in early spring are easily seen under the upward-angled leaves on the fetterbush lyonia. A broadleaf evergreen shrub with an irregular but rounded habit, it's native to the sandy plains of the southeastern United States, Virginia to Louisiana and Florida, and nearby Cuba.

The satin-glossy emerald green leaves are perfectly pointed ovals and are held at upward angles on the upperside of branches. They are leathery in texture. In early to mid-spring, hundreds...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Southern Magnolia)

Southern magnolia is a beautiful, large broadleaf evergreen tree native to the Southeast United States. The huge, waxy, fragrant white flowers debut in early to late spring (depending on climate) and continue sporadically into fall. The glossy, leathery, dark green leaves - often with contrasting gray or brown undersides - are big and bold. Large cone-like fruits with fleshy red seeds are ornamental in fall. This magnolia drops its oldest leaves in mid-spring, just before new stem and foliage growth...

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Ray Bracken Nursery

(Bracken's Brown Beauty Magnolia, Southern Magnolia)

Southern magnolia is a beautiful, large broadleaf evergreen tree native to the Southeast United States. The huge, waxy, fragrant white flowers debut in late spring and continue sporadically into fall. 'Bracken's Brown Beauty' has big, bold, glossy and leathery, dark green leaves with brown undersides which makes them appear bicolor. Large cone-like fruits with fleshy red seeds are ornamental in fall.

Southern magnolia likes sun or light shade and moist, well drained soil. It may need protection...