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Ruby Lorapetalum
Ruby Lorapetalum

Ruby Loropetalum

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  • This Ruby Loropetalum ships in a 1 Gallon Pot

The Ruby Loropetalum is a great shrub for screening and adding rich, red color to the landscape. If you're looking for a shrub that's hard to kill, this one's for you! The Ruby Loropetalum is the most popular Loropetalum! This Ruby Loropetalum produces bright, pink flowers in the spring and pushes out new growth. As the new growth hardens off, it turns from red to ruby. Loropetalums are evergreen! They hold their leaves throughout the winter months still adding ruby color to your otherwise barren landscape. The Ruby prefers full sun. The more sun it gets, the more color you will have.

This loropetalum will reach 6 feet tall and about 6 feet wide. In the landscape, this Loropetalum is great for hedges, natural areas, small privacy screenings, and berm plantings. They break up all the green and function well. Use this loropetalum in the back of the landscape. They get large in size, so close to your house is not a good idea. We suggest planting out in the yard or in natural area where they can grow.

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Drought tolerant once established.

Pink flowers, fragrant


This Ruby Loropetalum comes established in a 1 gallon pot

Light: Does best is full sun (6+ hours of direct sunlight)

Size: Mature size can reach up to 6’ft high and 6’ft wide.

Hardiness zones: 7 – 9

Characteristics: Attracts hummingbirds & Bees. Deep purple foliage becomes greener as it matures. Fragrant

Water & Soil: Prefers rich, medium moister, well draining soil. Water daily in extreme heat.

*Images shown of mature plants.

Hardiness zone for this plant: 7 - 9

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Ruby Loropetalum

Of the most popular of the Loropetalums of the witch hazel family, the Ruby Loropetalum adds a hint of richness with its red color to any screening hedge or landscape. As the new growth hardens the ruby-red color matures into a burgundy and as these are an evergreen shrub they keep their leaves well through the winter. The deep purple foliage turns green with sporadic blooming periods of fragrant, fringed-shaped pink flowers during spring.

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