Lorapetalum has year-round interest–great flowers, great foliage, evergreen habit.
Lorapetalum is gaining a foothold in our gardens due to its sensational spring “halo” of pink or crimson tendrils suspended above the foliage of this structural and dramatic shrub. “Sizzling Pink” has lived up to its name, with a vivid tracery of crimson flowers in early spring. But to mind mind the real showstopper is the late summer foliage which turns deep red-purple as the weather heats towards late August, lasting through the winter months on this hardy evergreen shrub. Here’s my lates version of a favorite, in a pottery container by Sherri Aytche. SOLD