Carolina Moonlight Chinese Fringe. This is a selection made out of our breeding work here at Nurseries Caroliniana. It is a compact growing white flowering form. It has a spread greater than its height and it can be easily maintained at 3-4' with a somewhat greater spread. It is such a profuse bloomer that the foliage is barely visible in the spring when it is in full flower. It has good dark green leaves which are about half the size of the species. Realize that most all Loropetalums will eventually get to medium size trees if left unattended, so once a plant reaches the desired size, one must exercise some judicious pruning to maintain it there. I have seen a 40 year old hedge of the species maintained at 30" height in Augusta.