Dwarf and Hardy Crapemyrtle Choice of Red or Pink 1 pc.
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These new crapemyrtles are dwarf, compact varieties containing rich, dark pink-red in summertime. And yes this crape myrtle is winter hardy withstanding cold temperatures to zone 6 or minus 5F. Infinitini is a smaller Crapemyrtle growing about 2-4 feet tall and wide making it an easy choice for a shrub or hedge around the garden or landscape and now easily container friendly. These new dwarf varieties were developed by noted plant breeder Dr. Mike Uchneat, the inventor of Wave® petunia and Dragon Wing® begonia. Our Dwarf & Hardy Crape Myrtle grows only about 2-4 feet tall and wide making it an easy choice for any shrub or hedge needs around the garden We love the dwarf crape myrtle because they begin flowering towards the end of summer producing powerful clusters of richly colored flowers.
|Botanical Name:||Lagerstroemia 'Gamad I'||Common Name:||Dwarf Crape Myrtle||Hardiness Zone:||6-11: Cold Tolerance: -5F||Sun Shade:||Full Sun||SKU:||R67156 / Perennial||Bloom Time:||Summer||Cultivar:||Dwarf and Hardy Red||HT/WD:||2-4 ft / 2-4 ft, space 5' feet apart||Special:||Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant||Uses:||Landscapes, garden or borders, dwarf shrubs are now container friendly||Growing Guides:||Dwarf Hardy Crapemyrtle||Ships:||1 gallon pot||Shipping Schedule:||Zone Map|
This Crapemyrtle is a totally new style that won’t grow extremely tall and spindly. This rebloomer will produce numerous flowers on top of dark green foliage from the top to the bottom of the plant all summer long. -deciduous, winter-hardy shrub with reblooming characteristics -winter hardy to zones 6 or to minus 5F. -prefer a moist, well-drained soil -fertilize and prune in springtime as it produces blooms on new wood. Don’t forget to check out the bark! Gardeners adore crape myrtle for their gorgeous peely bark that adds a wonderful texture. Instead of just producing flowers at the tops of the plant, ours will produce flowers from the top to bottom of the plant, so your crape myrtle will be a beacon of color Totally new style of crape myrtle won’t grow extremely tall, in fact, it can even be grown in containers, something no other crape myrtle could do before These compact shrubs are light and airy producing a wonderful flowering shrub in your garden each year.
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