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Image of Lonicera tatarica

Jesse Saylor

(Arnold Red Tartarian Honeysuckle, Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is descended from a species native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, a clue to its remarkable adaptability. The parent also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes, such as this one, ‘Arnold,’ considered to have the strongest red of all. Its multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large...

Image of Lonicera tatarica

Jesse Saylor

(Pink Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large, upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is descended from a species native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, a clue to the remarkable adaptability or ‘Rosea.’ The parent also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes, such as this one, which has clusters of bi-colored flowers. Its multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large,...

Image of Lonicera x xylosteoides

James H. Schutte

(Clavey's Dwarf Hybrid Honeysuckle, Hybrid Fly Honeysuckle)

More compact than dwarf, this hardy hybrid honeysuckle, ‘Clavey’s Dwarf,’ is grown for its reliability in tough conditions and its tolerance of shearing or hard pruning. Unpruned it can grow quite tall. It is a dense, twiggy deciduous shrub with blue-green leaves and clusters of four white to ivory flowers that are smaller and less showy than many honeysuckles. The leaves hold their color through autumn until they drop. This is a hybrid of the fly honeysuckle, Lonicera xylosteum, a native...

(Hybrid Fly Honeysuckle, Miniglobe Hybrid Honeysuckle)

A hardy hybrid honeysuckle, ‘Miniglobe,’ is grown for its dense habit, full foliage, reliability in tough conditions and its tolerance of shearing or hard pruning. It is a twiggy deciduous shrub with blue-green leaves and clusters of four small, white to ivory flowers that are smaller and less showy than many honeysuckles. The leaves make no show in fall. They hold their color through autumn until they drop. This is a hybrid of the fly honeysuckle, Lonicera xylosteum, a native from Europe...

Image of Loropetalum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Fringe Flower, Fringeflower, Loropetalum)

The genus Loropetalum is a member of the witch hazel family and is comprised of three species and many varieties of small to medium-sized, blooming trees and shrubs. Loropetalum is native to China, Japan, and south-eastern Asia. The alternate, ovate mid-green leaves are leathery, rough on their upper surface, paler underneath and evergreen to semi-evergreen. Many cultivars have been selected for red and burgundy tinted leaves and flowers. Clusters of fragrant, many-petaled, spidery...

Image of Loropetalum chinense photo by: James H. Schutte

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.

Loropetalum prefers...

Image of Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

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...