JAZZ HANDS MINI® Chinese Fringe-flower

Zone: 7b, 8, 9 Exposure: Full Sun, Part Sun Height: 1' Width/Spread: 3'

This very dwarf Loropetalum makes a distinctive groundcover or mass planting. The showy pink flowers contrast with the dark, rich foliage. It is a wonderful little plant for the front of the border or a container garden. Once established, these easy-to-grow plants will tolerate some drought.

Why grow Jazz Hands Mini Chinese fringe-flower?

  • Stately burgundy black foliage
  • Vibrant fuchsia flowers
  • Super dwarf habit

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Light: Will grow in full to part sun conditions.

Soil: Needs moist acidic soil to give its best show. Will not be quite as handsome in other pH’s or dry conditions.

Water: Requires regular water.

Fertilizing: Uses a lot of nutrients each year, so be sure to fertilize in the spring and again in the summer.

Pruning: Doesn’t really need pruning, but if you’d like to do so you can get to the task after it flowers in the spring. Pruning at any other time will result in a less abundant flower show.

Other: It is hardy to USDA Zone 7b; site in a protected area in the northern part of its growing zone.

Botanical Name

Loropetalum chinense 'Beni Hime' PP#27, 752

Zone

7b, 8, 9

Flower Color

Pink

Foliage Color

Purple

Height

1'

Width/Spread

3'

Exposure

Full Sun, Part Sun

Soil

Acidic, Moist

Season of Interest

Spring, Summer

Uses

Containers, Edging, Low Hedges

Features

Deer resistant, Evergreen, Foliage interest, Heat tolerant

Blooms on

Old wood

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