- Latin Name- Largerstroemie Dyamite Red Hardy Planting Zone- 6-9 Mature Height- 4-12 ft Width- 15-20 Sun or Shade- Perfers Full Sun
Natchez Crepe Myrtle
The versatile Natchez Crepe Myrtle is a popular hybrid; known for its bouquets of soft petal flowers that bloom all summer and well into fall. The beautiful clusters of white flowers can range from 8’ to 16” in length, soft and delicate.
The leaves are slightly rounded and a dark glossy green. When looking to add a splash of color with a shrub or tree, the Natchez crepe myrtle provides an excellent choice. The smooth exfoliating pale brown bark adds to the artistic appeal of this unique tree. Bearing white blooms, it is an attractive option for planting borders. This hardy variety is exceptionally tolerant of a variety of soil types and drought. Get yours today!
NATCHEZ CREPE MYRTLE
Natchez Crepe Myrtle is a beautiful tree and is blanketed with white flowers during the early months of summer. It grows three to five feet each year. It can tolerate drought conditions very well as it can also adjust to various soil types. This tree has a smaller trunk that looks great in gardens and other areas. It produces berries that also attract birds and small animals that love to eat them.
ADD COLOR AND VALUE TO YOUR HOME
Natchez crepe myrtle trees can bring both a sense of value to one’s home, and it can also bring beauty and color. They have gorgeous blooms and full flowers when they are in full bloom. For most, they symbolize the first of spring because they bloom so early. Sometimes in some locations across the nation, they will flourish soon and then the frost will hit them and it can stunt the growth. When the extension is stunted it will make them grow and bloom a little slower but they will come back over time so don’t worry. It will still bring plenty of color and beauty to the area.
For many other crepe myrtles and different varieties of trees, both large and small check out our store online. We carry a large variety of ferns, shrubs, perennials, native grasses and wetland plants.