Pink Crepe Myrtles are beautiful flowering trees that can grow in many different shapes and sizes, from shrubs to extremely tall trees.
They are very hardy to plant in zones 7-9. Growth rates depend on size, typically the taller trees grow 3-4 feet per season and the dwarf Crape Myrtles on average, grow 6 inches to a foot in season. These sun-loving plants flourish with at least 6 hours of direct sunlight. Dwarf plants make excellent front door arrangements while the larger Crape Myrtles make magnificent ornamental trees. These trees bloom with crimson buds that sprout to be warm pink.
The Pink Crepe Myrtle is a lovely choice for a homeowner to add to a garden area.
This one will have beautiful pink blooms that will appear in the summer months of the year. The flowers will appear in clusters at the ends of the limbs. It will also bring bees and butterflies to a garden area or lawn. It can reach up to 12 feet tall and will grow zones two to 10. It will thrive in full sunlight and also in soils that are rich and well drained. These flowers from this tree will brighten up all areas where it grows with a gorgeous pink color. These are lovely trees and work great for ornamental trees for gardens and the other regions. These are amazing when used to create beautiful borders around a lawn, sidewalk or long driveway. They stand out from the other trees when several are planted in different colors as they are mixed in with this gorgeous pink. The blooms show up at the ends of the stems in the large cluster that are made up of smaller flowers. These can appear in light or dark pink when blooming. This is a great way to bring much-needed curb appeal to all homes when they are in bloom. During the autumn the foliage change to a gorgeous red and yellow before they fall from the tree to prepare for the winter months. They usually bloom within the first part of summer, and the blooms can last for several weeks.
Pink Crepe Myrtle Ships As – Bareroot Plant