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Tree File
Loropetalum Tree Form
Loropetalum chinensis
Height:   10-15' depending on variety
Width:   6-8'
Exposure:   Sun or Partial Shade
Water:   Low once established
Hardiness:   USDA Zones 6-9
Pruning:   Not necessary however may be clipped to maintain height and denser form

Once in a while there is a new plant that makes an impact over the entire country. The new Chinese Fringe Flowers, or Loropetalum as we call them, have been making news all over the country. Cascading branches covered in dark purple-red leaves and spider-like dark magenta-pink flowers are a wonderful addition to the landscape. The flowers nearly cover the plants in spring and then bloom sporatically through summer and again in fall. The foliage is evergreen and the growth habit is similar to crape myrtle.

'Zhuzhou' and 'Pizazz' are two taller growing varieties best suited for tree-form. Zhuzhou is the taller growing of the two and reaches a height of up to 15 feet. Pizazz grow to about 10 feet in height. Many lower growing loropetalums can also be limbed up to form small tree form specimens.

  Tree List  
  Arborvitae 'Green Giant' Loropetalum Tree
  Bald Cypress Magnolia
  Banana Tree Maple
  Cedar 'Deodora' Oaks
  Cherry, Flowering Palms
  Crape Myrtle Tree Pine
  Cryptomeria 'Yoshino' Purple Leaf Plum
  Cypress 'Carolina Sapphire' Redbud
  Dogwood Riverbirch
  Elm Tea Olive Tree
  Gingko Vitex Tree
  Holly Trees Wax Myrtle Tree
  Indian Hawthorne Tree Weeping Willow
  Japanese Maples Wisteria Tree
  Ligustrum Tree Zelkova
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