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Crepe Myrtle Varieties And Benefactors

Posted by Tammy Sons on

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Taking care of your home is very important; so is adding style. One way you can add style to your curb appeal is to plant Crepe Myrtle Varieties plants on the outside or inside of your home. These plants add so much beauty to a home, and a great thing about them is that you mix and match the several varieties of these plants. Because they come in so many varieties, these plants can be used to add an accent color to a home or you can mix them together to create a vibrant appeal to your home. A lot of people don’t plant plants in their home because they are concerned about the upkeep up the plant, but this variety of plants are very easy to care for, thus making them a great option for people looking for a way to add something special to a home.

Red Crepe Myrtle: This is a lovely species of plants adds a great pop of color to any home. The Red Crepe Myrtle is a plant that is very versatile because it comes in a wide variety of different sizes from smaller four inch flowers to the taller twelve inches. Also, their vibrant reddish wine color makes them appeal to a lot of people. These flowers grow during summer months, when the sun is at its brightest, because the sun is able to supply these plants with several essential nutrients. In addition, the red crepe myrtle doesn’t grow well in soils that are wet and mushy. Also, these plants should not be pruned too much because they can easily lose their wonderful shape. To highlight, these plants would make a lovely addition to anyone’s garden because of their vibrancy.

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Natchez White: These are a lovely variety of flowers that can complement almost every plant because of their beautiful white color. These plants are wonderful because they make fine specimen plants and decorative plants. Typically, the Natchez White plants are used in groups in order to help add more color into a garden. In addition, one of the best functions of this plant is that they can be used in a decorative border of a garden because they can be easily trimmed and cared for. These plants tend to do better in full sun and drained soul because the sun helps prevent mildew from attacking the plant. Also, one of the best ways to keep your plant healthy, vibrant and happy would be to not over fertilize and over water it because that minimizes the amount of white flowers that will bloom. These plants are definitely a great addition to any garden because of their versatility, ease of care and beauty.

Purple Crepe Myrtle: These plants are absolutely breathtaking. The Purple Crepe Myrtles, like the name implies, are vibrant purple flowers that grow in full to partial sun. There are many reasons why these plants are great for your home; one of them being that they are very resistant to infections, bugs and general diseases. In addition, these plants have a moderate to fast growing rate. The Purple Crepe Myrtle tends to grow better in slightly moist soil, but as long as it is not drenched in water. These plants tend to grow thick clusters of berry color purple flowers, which look very full and colorful. The foliage of the plant is very thick and green, and these plants can grow to be up to 10 feet tall. One thing is for sure: these mid-sized berry color plants are a great way to add a punch of purple to a home.

Pink Crepe Myrtle: Like their purple cousins, the pink crepe myrtle is a slightly large mid-sized plant that tends to grow best in sunny conditions because the sun is able to provide this plant with several necessary nutrients that help it grow thick and tall. This plant grows to be a full height if 12 to 15 feet, which is slightly larger than the purple varieties. These plants are very resistant and they can last for a long time. These plants are absolutely stunning, and they go great with several color combinations. If you are thinking about starting a garden, the crepe myrtle varieties are a fantastic option. 

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