Pink Pixie

Loropetalum Chinense

Sunshine Coast Plant Varieties
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Loropetalum Chinense - Pink Pixie - Noosa Landscaping Services

Pink Pixie Description

Richly coloured leaves create a beautiful backdrop for sprays of vibrant pink tassel-like flowers in spring and summer.

Makes a pretty hedge, or eyecatching specimen shrub in the border.

Plant it somewhere sheltered and in rich lime-free soil to help it really flourish.

Pink Pixie Maintenance

Plant in well drained soil in a full sun to partly shaded position in the garden.

Mulch and water regularly until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks.

Very low maintenance, prune lightly every 3 – 4 years to keep the plant compact, fertilise using a slow release fertiliser in spring.

Pink Pixie Alternative Names

Chinese fringe flower.