In winter, if it really doesn’t rain and the ground is dry, water when it isn’t freezing to ensure you’ll have proper blooming.
Potted Loropetalum chinense
Loropetalum chinense doesn’t always lose its leaves, it depends on where it’s growing.
Loropetalum chinense is perfectly suited to growing in a small garden because of two things. First, its growth is very slow, and second, even when it has become a mature tree it is still quite small.
Note also that Loropetalum chinense is particularly hardy to the cold, so growing it in pots is all the more possible.
Loropetalum chinense is a nice winter-blooming bush.
The planting of Loropetalum chinense is usually in fall, but if purchased in a pot or container, you can plant in spring or summer while avoiding frost spells and days of intense heat.
Caring for Loropetalum chinense is easy and its hardiness makes it almost invulnerable to most diseases as it does to insect attacks or parasites.
- It is considered to be one of the most beautiful winter blooming shrubs and rare are those who don’t agree!
Loropetalum chinense, also called Chinese fringe flower, is a beautiful shrub that blooms in winter. Caring for it from planting to pruning is easy and its ornamental impact either in pots or in the ground is guaranteed.