The Ruby Loropetalum is a compact evergreen shrub that produces red-purple foliage that will mature to purple-green. In spring it will produce ribbon-like pink blooms that will last until early fall.
GROWTH & CARE
Plant Name: Ruby Loropetalum
Scientific Name: Loropetalum chinense Ruby
Exposure: Partial to full sun
Bloom / Feature: Clusters of pink fringe flowers in spring and throughout the year
Average Dimensions: 4-5 feet H x 4-5 feet W
USDA Zones: USDA Zones 7-9
Soil: Well drained in rich organic matter
Water: Water regularly
Uses: Container hedge border foundation plant
What's my zone: USDA Hardiness Zone Finder
Plant Directions: Sent by mail
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