Tonto - 8 to 10 ft.
A long period of striking
summer flower color,
attractive fall foliage, and
good drought-tolerance all
combine to make ...
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Catawba - 10 - 15 ft.
The Catawba Crepe Myrtle
Trees have very unique,
two-toned purple blooms.
These trees have large glossy
leaves that change ...
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Arapahoe - 18 - 20 ft.
'Arapaho' is the first hybrid
crapemyrtle cultivar derived
from hybridization of three
species of crapemyrtles.
Srong red flowers ...
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Muskogee - 25 - 30 ft.
This lavender-pink crape
myrtle can be grown as a
large shrub or a small tree. It
is mildew resisitant and
makes a good ...
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Natchez - 20 - 30 ft.
The Natchez Crape Myrtle
produces large clusters of
white flowers and has a
graceful rounded canopy with
arching branches ...
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Pink Velour - 10 - 15 ft.
Pink Velour Crape Myrtles
are perfect as beautiful
ornamental trees or colorful
privacy screens. They proudly
display delicate ...
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Raspberry Sundae
A long period of striking
summer flower color, attractive
fall foliage, and moderate
drought-tolerance all combine
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Blooms from late Spring to frost!
Dynamite - 18 - 20 ft.
The bright red, some
describe it as a cherry red,
flowers appear in early to
late summer on terminal
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Lipan - 15 to 18 ft.
The Lipan Crapemyrtle is
shrub like and grows to a
height of fifteen tall and
equally as wide. It features
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Crapemyrtles are a valuable landscape plant that can be used as a shrub or small tree, ranging in size from 18 inches to over
25 feet. As an asset to almost any landscape, the Crapemyrtle is a very beautiful specimen shrub or tree, often used in
groups under planted with a ground cover. The dark green ground cover contrasts the gray to tan shades of the handsome
bark. The smaller varieties of Crapemyrtle can be used as hedges, screens, or in masses. Planted in this manner,
Crapemyrtles offer a grand display of color throughout the summer months.

Crapemyrtle must be grown in full sun for satisfactory flowering and to reduce disease problems. While it will tolerate a wide
range of soil conditions once established, crapemyrtle does not thrive in a very wet location.
Crape myrtles are chiefly known for their colorful and long-lasting flowers. Most species of Lagerstroemia have sinewy, fluted
stems and branches with a mottled appearance that arises from having bark that sheds throughout the year. Colors vary from
deep purple to red to white, with almost every shade in between