Model # 4211Q

Internet #203223336

Southern Living Plant Collection 2.5 Qt. Emerald Snow Loropetalum
0749711862186

Southern Living Plant Collection

2.5 Qt. Emerald Snow Loropetalum

  • Flowering evergreen landscaping shrub
  • White string cluster blooms in spring
  • Not guaranteed to be in bloom on arrival
$1798 /each
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Loropetalum Emerald Snow is a green leaf loropetalum that stays very dense and compact with a mature height and width of 3 - 4 ft. It is evergreen and features creamy white blooms in spring, occasionally re-blooming in summer and fall.

  • Very compact mature size, smaller than most loropetalum
  • Perfect for small garden spaces
  • Grows and flowers best in full sun
  • Winter hardy in USDA zones 7-10
  • Very low maintenance plant once established
  • Water twice per week until established, then water once per week
  • Fertilize in spring with slow-release granular fertilizer
  • Included in the Southern Living Plant Collection
  • Visit SouthernLivingPlants.com for more helpful information and advice

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How big does it get? What are its sun/shade preferences? How much water does it need? Can it han...

How big does it get? What are its sun/shade preferences? How much water does it need? Can it handle clay?
Asked by: JAK
I have had some of these for a couple years. They are supposed to be a slower and lower growing version of the regular green loropetalum. Advertised as to 3' around. So far mine are about 2' feet around about 12" high. In general, these are shade and sun tolerant plants but need sun for at least part of the day during the summer. I have clay soil. For planting I mix in some mulch and rice hulls to open up the soil. They need extra water for the first year, depending on your soil and climate. A good soak once a week during the summer works for me. After that they are pretty drought tolerant but do better and have more flowers with some water. Mine are on a drip system. The hardest thing about this plant is getting healthy plants, with a good root system. Be sure to check it before planting, open the roots up and give it some root stimulator solution.
Answered by: Koka
Date published: 2016-11-15

The description says this plant gets 42" tall/wide.The previous question was answered 4-6 ft tall, how tall does it get?

Asked by: anne
This plant will grow to 4-6ft H x 3-4ft W
Answered by: Southern Living Expert
Date published: 2017-06-12
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2.5 Qt. Emerald Snow Loropetalum is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from third reply one was dead and other almost third reply one was dead and other almost
Date published: 2017-06-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like that the plant was still alive and in pretty good shape when it arrived. It had traveled b... I like that the plant was still alive and in pretty good shape when it arrived. It had traveled by truck for over a week to get to me! It was well packaged but very difficult to remove from the packaging. I didn't like that it was root bound and needed a lot of work on the roots to open it up. Fortunately, I was able to plant it right away and we are getting some rain. I gave it some root stimulant and I am hoping for the best. I have had it for only 3 weeks. The real test will be how it does over time in my mild coastal climate.
Date published: 2016-11-15
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