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There is no plant success story quite like the one for loropetalumor (Chinese fringe flower).
The traditional plant with green leaves and creamy white flowers languished in relative obscurity for several hundred years.
Interest in the plant exploded in the 1980s with the introduction of selections with burgundy foliage and hot pink flowers. Now, only 20 years later, pink loropetalums are as common as Dale Earnhardt Jr. T-shirts at Talledaga.
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