Dwarf Crepe Myrtle Is Disease Resistant
Dwarf crepe myrtle is a smaller, more compact version of its larger traditional counterparts. They are easy-care perennial plants with minimal demands, well-drained soil, and full sun. Dwarf crepe myrtle is resistant to deer, disease, and drought. The growth patterns are bushy, rounded, and upright. One of the most popular crepe myrtles is the Pink Crepe Myrtle, with its late-season blooms.
Dwarf Crepe Myrtle Is Perfect For Your Yard
Pink Crepe Myrtle is an excellent choice to add to any color palette in the garden. It can be used as either an accent or a focal piece. The Dwarf crepe myrtle has a size that makes it possible to use it in even the smallest spaces. An excellent plant for any landscaping project.
Zones 7A - 9B
Mature Height 3'- 4' tall
Mature Width 3' - 4' wide
Sunlight - Full to mostly full sun
Soil needs - Well drained
Botanical name - Lagerstroemia indica