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Ruby Loropetalum

(5 customer reviews)
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About Ruby Loropetalum

The Ruby Loropetalum is a compact evergreen shrub that provided unique landscape color all year round. New growth on this bush will be red-purple then will mature to purple-green. Ruby will produce ribbon-like pink blooms from spring into early fall. Once established the Ruby Loropetalum is drought tolerant and low maintenance requiring little pruning to keep a uniform shape.

Spacing Your Ruby Loropetalum

For a seamless planting, space your Ruby Loropetalum 3 feet apart from plant center to plant center. For space between plantings, plant them 6+ feet apart.

Planting tips for Acid Loving Plants

Common Name
Ruby Loropetalum
Scientific Name
Loropetalum chinensis f. rubrum 'Ruby'
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Average Size
4-6' H x 4-6' W

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5 reviews for Ruby Loropetalum

  1. Mike Baldwin (verified owner)

    Our 18 Ruby Loropetalum arrived in pretty good shape. Our packaging was significant damaged which led to unnecessary damage to the plants. A few were hurt to the point that I’m still worried about them 1 month after planting. The plants that weren’t damaged were healthy and are doing well.

  2. Todd Gerald (verified owner)

    I purchased 14 of these. Mostly in great shape, only a couple with damaged growth. No problem, removed broken sprigs and plants are doing well.

  3. Marcy

    after unpacking, the plants looked like I picked them up at the nursery. Only had them 1 month.

  4. Sherry (verified owner)

    The plant was in great condition when I received. Packaging excellent. Great service

  5. Hugh Mackie (verified owner)

    I ordered two of these. The plants were well packed and arrived in South Carolina reasonably fresh. The root balls filled the pots but the plants weren’t pot bound. I’ve planted them and they’ve perked up nicely. So far so good!

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