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The curiously attractive, spider-like flowers open in late winter and are typical of witch hazels in form.
The new foliage, which appears in the late summer and autumn, creates a striking contrast with the flowers in winter, especially in this case the young leaves are a deep plum-pink that lasts into the spring.
It is an ideal plant for small town gardens which can provide the necessary shelter and often a benevolent micro-climate, and because loropetalum are slow-growing. Eventually the species can reach 5ft or 6ft in the wild but they are more likely to reach 3ft or 4ft in cultivation. Hardy to -4