Loropetalum is also known as the Chinese fringe-flower. It is a member of the Witchhazel family. The genus name Loropetalum is derived from the Greek words used for strap and petal. These Loropetalum Chinense flowers are remarkable due to their uniqueness and their good fragrance. The major reason behind this is their right appearance in the middle of winter. There is no such hardcore rule that they always lose their leaves. Mostly, it depends upon where it’s growing.
Chinese fringe-flowers show excellent eternity in the landscape. They become more attractive if grown in bunches or mixed screens. Above all, they make lovely and eye-catching hedges, but unfortunately, they lose their natural grace when heavily pruned. They form lovely tiny trees when limbed up.
It is perfectly suited to grow in a small garden because of two things. The first factor is growth which is quite slow. The second comes at its maturity stage when the size of the tree still remains the same.
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