Discover more of CRAPE MYRTLE PLANTS!

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Discover more of CRAPE MYRTLE PLANTS!

Are you a fan of flowery plants? Here are our suggestions to be added for your garden. 

Crape Myrtle Tonto

    It's the ideal tree for adding lots of color to tight areas. Additionally, it is resistant to disease and adaptable to almost any type of soil, so you won't need to spend as much time maintaining your garden. Even in times of drought, it produces vibrant color from late spring to early fall and survives on neglect.

Crape Myrtle Natchez

    With a remarkable smooth, silky texture and unusual cinnamon-colored bark on the trunk and stems, the Natchez Crape Myrtle also offers unusual bark colors. With a brightness not typically present in most other trees during the cold season, its coloring provides you with excellent winter interest.

Crape Myrtle Catawba

    On this, brilliant purple blooms take center stage, making this flowering cultivar a fresh favorite. Every year, beautiful clusters of dark purple blooms that sit upright on the branches appear from spring through fall.

    Branch weight from the dense blossoms may even lead them to bend, giving the tree a lovely cascading appearance. Each petal's exquisite purple color stands out beautifully against the limbs and emerald green leaves.

Crape Myrtle Tuscarora

    In general, this tree is the perfect answer for tiny spaces with limited planting space, such as small yards, next to buildings, parking lots, or along streets. Furthermore, Tuscarora Crape Myrtles produce vivid color under practically all growth circumstances. Whether your soil is sandy, loamy, or clay doesn't matter; it can even withstand drought.

Crape Myrtle Arapaho

   It's amazing that gardeners throughout the nation largely agree that the new Arapaho is the most disease-resistant crape myrtle on the market, making it a great choice that requires no messy spraying - simply months of candy red blooms to amaze and astound.

Crape Myrtle Muskogee

     Muskogee rapidly reaches the ideal height for use as bright ornaments. Additionally, you won't have to do anything because the Muskogee is tolerant of drought, resistant to powdery mildew, and adaptable to a variety of soil conditions.