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- Latin Name- Largerstroemie Dyamite Red Hardy Planting Zone- 6-9 Mature Height- 4-12 ft Width- 15-20 Sun or Shade- Perfers Full Sun
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Red Crepe Myrtle - Lagerstroemia indica
Red Crepe Myrtle is a beautiful evergreen tree with colorful flowers. They can be planted alone, in small groups or along fence lines. The tree has an attractive light-colored bark which is paired with bright green leaves and deep red blooms. The trunk and branches have a desirable appearance and shape. The flowering season for the tree provides full flowers; it begins during late spring and continues through the fall.
Red Crepe Myrtle is a caretaker's dream. They require practically no attention from a gardener, and should never be topped or pruned. They are both insect and drought resistant, and deer also avoid eating the tree. They are a perfect addition to any landscape plan. Red Crepe Myrtle is a Summer plant. The crape myrtle is a flowering tree with multiple tree trunks and beautiful color, which is often planted in both commercial and private settings. All crape myrtles require the full sun, especially the red-flowered crape myrtles. This is because cloudy weather or shade can cause some sections of the tree to lose their red flower color. The crape myrtle is widely used in landscaping because of its beauty and its low maintenance.
As with other crape myrtles, once established, they are drought-tolerant, but with extra water, they will grow larger and faster. Crape myrtles don't require fertilizers but will grow faster if correctly applied. Also, crape myrtles should not be planted too deep. The root system grows well along the surface or in a well-aerated soil. Usually, crape myrtles need little pruning when adequately placed in the garden. The best time to prune the crape myrtle is after the leaves have fallen. For low maintenance, and overall best results, choose a selection where the ultimate size fits well in the selected garden. The red-flowered crape myrtle usually is available in any format.
Red Crepe Myrtle are beautiful summer plants with notably vibrant red flowers. They are native to warmer climates, and although can grow in colder climates, they do not have as intense a color in these conditions. The more sunlight it gets, the better the color. Red Crape Myrtles grow poorly in wet soils. The moist and well-drained soil is recommended for this plant. They look amazing as they are in bloom during the summer and displays a brightly color of red for everyone to see. The flowers show on the ends of the long branches in large and small clusters. They make a beautiful ornamental tree use as bordering and are amazing when they all bloom at the same time. They can grow to become four to twelve feet tall when fully grown. They also attract bees, butterflies and to hummingbirds to the gorgeous blooms they produce. These trees are also magnificent as they may prefer the moist soils they can also withstand drought conditions very well. They are very easy to grow and maintain when they are fully developed. They can also be trimmed to be kept to the desired height for a homeowner. They produce gorgeous color all through spring and summer, and they lose their leaves during the fall months. The trunks of these trees appear as if they are peeling and they display a beautiful smooth trunk once the bark finished peeling off. The bright blooms of the Red Crepe Myrtle Tree are among the most stunning in existence. Not only considered one of the hardiest trees, but they're also resistant to mildew, insects, and drought. Red Crepe Myrtles are excellent in groupings, and the blooms last from spring to fall. The dynamic tree compliments any driveway, or if it's privacy you're looking for, it's equally suitable. Red Crepe Myrtles do best in full sunlight. Once the tree reaches 20-25 feet, it's entirely matured. If need a tree to correctly set off your lawn, the Red Crepe Myrtle is a winner.
Red Crepe Myrtle