The lighter pinks have green foliage. In this particular location I have
a pink and a darker fuchsia color. The pink is slower growing.
The fuchsia color has darker leaves. New leaves are a dark reddish purple.
I plan to move a third Loropetalum between these two, to the rear.
The tree in the background is a fruiting pear.
Turned out they grow into trees except for a few dwarf types. Landscapers in town keep them clipped into rounds and pillboxes. I prefer mine to grow as they will and just prune the lower branches. I first say this same arrangement of three on a Park Seed web site. I immediately started pruning.
These are sometimes called by the common name, Chinese Fringe Flower, which gets confused with the Chinese Fringe Tree, Chionanthus. Better to call them by the botanical name, Loropetalum.
Evergreen in zones 7-10, root hardy farther north. Do they grow in your area?