Blush Loropetalum 'Razzleberry'

Blush Loropetalum 'Razzleberry'

Regular price $15.00 Sale

Loropetalum chinense rubrum 'Blush' or 'Razzleberry'

Loropetulums originated in China, Japan, and parts of southeast Asia. This Blush variety, also known as Razzleberry, was developed from one of two pink flowering types first introduced in the US in 1989.

The other was 'Burgundy,' which we also carry. Blush is the smaller and more compact of the two (and, per Rodney makes the better formed patio tree).

It has bronze-red new growth that later turns dark-olive green and produces bright pinkish-red flowers in early spring.  Use for specimen, in back border, or as hedge.

*Deer, Drought & Disease Resistant*
Attracts: Hummingbirds, Bees & Butterflies
Photos courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC  and NCSU (a wonderful source of information)
Ornamental Characteristics
Category Flowering Shrub
Foliage Type Semi-evergreen (Oval Shaped Leaves)
Height 6' - 8'
Spread 6' - 8'
Shape Upright, Strikingly Irregularly Rounded
Primary Foliage Color Dark, Olive Green
Seasonal Foliage Color Green &  Purplish-bronze
Flowering Season Spring
Flower Color Fuchsia Pink
Environmental Characteristics
Growth Rate Moderate
Sun Preferences Sun with Partial Shade
Zone 7