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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This provides superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
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Crepe Myrtle Plants, Lagerstroemia is a Flowering Deciduous Shrub
Crepe myrtle is a southern favorite for many reasons; It produces lovely flowers, soft light brown bark, and intense fall color; These deciduous shrubs are used as specimen trees, borders, or shrubs. The White crepe myrtle plants are also known by their scientific name Lagerstroemia indica and are members of the Lythraceae family. It is recommended for growth in USDA hardiness zones 7A through 9A. This shrub typically reaches heights of 10 to 30 feet and a spread of 15 to 25 feet. The growth rate of the crepe myrtle is considered moderate. It thrives in full sun and has a high tolerance to drought conditions. This shrub grows best in well-drained soil such as clay, loam, acidic and alkaline.
Crepe Myrtle, Lagerstroemia Thrives in Full Sun and is Drought Tolerant
Also, it produces light green foliage that turns brilliant shades of yellow, orange, and red in the fall. The White crepe myrtle adds a touch of color and flair to any landscape setting. It is a standard fixture in both home and commercial landscape designs. Lagerstroemia Indica, commonly known as the Crepe Myrtle, are trees and shrubs in dozens of varieties. Widely known as the “Lilac of the South,” these plants have grown in the United States for more than 150 years. They appear in a rainbow of colors from purples, pinks, reds, whites, and every shade in between. They range from small shrubs to more massive trees and grow in many places in the United States. They are fresh, airy, beautiful trees that transform landscapes into great masses of long-blooming flowers from June to October. Once established, the crepe myrtle plant will only flower during warm, dry summer and continue to thrive in the hottest of summers. All species are woody and can grow to over 100’. As a perennial, they grow as far north as New York and California, Oregon, and Washington.