Discover a native tree that’s perfect for any size yard. This beauty delivers white, fringe-like flowers in late spring to early summer, followed by blue-black fruits that are favorites among birds. Fall color delivers with leaves that shift from bright green to shades of yellow-gold. This tree has no pests and stands up to pollution. It also doesn’t need pruned. The shape is rounded (like those lollipop trees you drew in elementary school). It often forms multiple trunks, which is not a problem. Size: Plants grow 12 to 20 feet tall and wide. Hardy in Zones 3-9.
Purple leaved fringe-flower brings striking dark leaf color to plantings. A strong flush of bright pink flowers occurs in mid-spring. This is a new ground cover fringe-flower, with plants growing 1 foot tall and up to 3 feet wide. It’s an ideal choice for containers or bed edging. Hardy in Zones 7-9. Botanical name: Loropetalum chinense ‘Beni Hime’
Designer Leanne Ford keeps the look interesting in this white living room by mixing new and vintage pieces and using a compelling blend of materials—wood, ceramic, fringe, baskets, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
A glam triple pendant illuminates one corner of this transitional California bedroom, while a mirrored wall reflects a view of the Hollywood hills. The silky sheen of the button-tufted headboard adds chic sophistication to the space.
A classic Southern favorite, fringe flower takes on a new size with this dwarf version that grows 1 to 3 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Flowers appear in mid-spring and sporadically through summer. Blooms beckon pollinators. Use it in containers, tucked into perennial borders or as a mass planting. Hardy in Zones 7-9. Botanical name: Loropetalum chinense ‘Hakuou’
Ethereal artwork mounted on a mirrored wall lends an air of mystery to this Hollywood Regency bedroom, literally nestled into the Hollywood Hills. The upholstered bed has a silky sheen that's shown to advantage on the button-tufted headboard. A faux fur throw at the foot of the bed combines with other textures to create a space that is rich, layered and interesting.
Mounted white plates pop against the patterned charcoal gray wallpaper on the dining room accent wall. A long light fixture with a crystal charm trim compliments the shape of the rectangle dining table. A tall-backed neutral chair accents the head of the table paired with four smaller, white chairs.