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Pink Crepe Myrtle

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$22.99
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Latin Name- Lagerstroemia Hardy Planting Zone- 6-9 Mature Height- 15-25 ft Width- 5-10 ft Sun or Shade- Partial Shade

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Pink Crepe Myrtle

Pink Crepe Myrtle- Lagerstroemia. Pink Crepe Myrtles is a species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs or trees that are cultivated worldwide in warmer climates. The plant produces leaves that range from 2 to 8 inches long and contain entire margins. The crepe myrtles produce distinct flowers that have a crepe-like texture, are long lasting in color and bloom in summer. These myrtles are capable of growing from 1 foot to over 100 foot tall and are made up of different sized branches that molt their bark during a year's period. The pink crepe myrtles can be produced from seed to bloom within one single season. Pink Crepe Myrtle has both medium sixe and lots of colors.

The Pink Crepe Myrtle is a great plant that blooms very colorful dark pink flowers. Add that it has a beautiful bark this plant will become the showcase of your landscape. Foliage consists of narrow dark green leaves that are typically between the 1 to 2.5” ranges. The flowers are beautiful even though they are paper-thin and can bloom into 1 to 1/5” inch flowers. It has a good contrast of both size, beauty, and colorful blooms. Pink Crepe Myrtle brings color to any landscape. Flowers bloom dark pink within the first round of blooming. If owners prune the flowers that are at the end of its bloom a new one will begin. The second bloom will be lighter in color but will be equally showy to its dark bloom counterpart. This will extend the beauty of it within your landscape until the lovely foliage transforms into its fall colors of orange and red appear. There are many varieties of crepe myrtles, and all have their shine! Pink Crepe Myrtle grows to add color and a bit of flare. Owners wanting color throughout the spring and summer will love this plant within their landscapes. The Pink Crepe Myrtle can be pruned to be a low shrub but is in its full glory when trained to be a tree within a scene. One can choose to neatly prune it or leave it alone and let it grow to its size.

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