Chinese loropetalum is an evergreen, multi-stemmed shrub in the witch-hazel family. It bears dark green, small, heart-shaped, overlapping leaves – the new foliage appearing in late Summer or Autumn – and fragrant white, pink or red spidery flowers in Winter into Spring. This plant will tolerate temperatures down to -5 deg.C, but no lower than that, and so in colder areas the shrub should be grown in a container, so that it can be moved into a cold greenhouse, or conservatory, for the colder months. ‘Fire Dance’ has reddish-purple leaves, which can be green in summer, and bright pink, slightly fragrant flowers from early spring. Can be smaller-growing than the species, often to 1m in height and width

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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