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Q.Transplanting loropetalum

Zone Wilmington NC 28403 | ebbtwo52 added on February 12, 2017 | Answered

Carolina midnight Loropetalum: I currently live in zone 8 in NC (near the coast). I’m moving to Zone 6 mountains of Va. Will I be able to grow this there?

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Answered on February 13, 2017

Carolina midnight Loropetalum is winter-hardy in zones 7-10. Many plants that can be grown in zone 7 can also be grown in zone 6 if you provide enough winter protection. However, it may not flower as much and it's possible that it will be damaged.

Placing the plant close to the house or in a sheltered area, providing mulch over the roots in winter, and using some of the other strategies in the following articles may help.

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