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Red Crepe Myrtle Shrub are a low maintenance shrub that make a wonderful addition to any property. Red Crepe Myrtle is a fast growing shrub that has gorgeous red foliage.

Red Crepe Myrtle

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Red Crepe Myrtl

Red crepe myrtle, Lagerstroemia indica, is a beautiful, flowering, deciduous tree growing with multiple trunks and handsome, peeling bark. Its flowers are crinkled and have a crepe-like texture. They grow best in zones 6-8.

Planting in full sun will help ensure profuse blooming and a more intense red color. Drought-tolerant, its root system grows best in well-drained soil with good air circulation. Soil can be slightly alkaline to acidic (5.0 to 6.5 pH). Red crape myrtle proliferates and has a moderate to long life span.

The red crepe myrtle adds beauty and interest to the landscape year-round.

Beloved for its long flowering period and its striking crimson blossoms, the red crape myrtle's plentiful clusters of brilliant blooms appear on the tips of new branches early in summer and continue into the autumn months. Once the flowers die away, fruit remains in the form of small, green, capsule-like berries that eventually turn black or brown. These berries are available throughout the winter, attracting birds and adding interest. Red crape myrtle is also known for its shedding bark that exposes the attractive trunk and displays lovely shades of brown or gray. This plant typically develops several main stems which are more desirable than single-stem plants in the landscape, as they add charm and capture attention. In fall, leaves may be yellow, orange, and red.

Red crepe myrtle may be used in a variety of ways.

Beloved for its long flowering period and its striking crimson blossoms, the red crape myrtle's plentiful clusters of brilliant blooms appear on the tips of new branches early in summer and continue into the autumn months. Once the flowers die away, fruit remains in the form of small, green, capsule-like berries that eventually turn black or brown. These berries are available throughout the winter, attracting birds and adding interest. This tree is also known for its shedding bark that exposes the attractive trunk and displays lovely shades of brown or gray. This plant typically develops several main stems which are more desirable than single-stem plants in the landscape, as they add charm and capture attention. In fall leaves may be yellow, orange, or red.

The perfect specimen plant with its captivating crimson flowers and interesting trunk can also be effectively planted in groupings to create privacy hedges. Another way to grow crape myrtle is as a gorgeous container plant. No matter how you choose to grow red crape myrtles, you will be rewarded with showstopping beauty for years.

The Red Crepe Myrtle is shipped bare root.

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    Red Crepe Myrtl

    Red crepe myrtle, Lagerstroemia indica, is a beautiful, flowering, deciduous tree growing with multiple trunks and handsome, peeling bark. Its flowers are crinkled and have a crepe-like texture. They grow best in zones 6-8.

    Planting in full sun will help ensure profuse blooming and a more intense red color. Drought-tolerant, its root system grows best in well-drained soil with good air circulation. Soil can be slightly alkaline to acidic (5.0 to 6.5 pH). Red crape myrtle proliferates and has a moderate to long life span.

    The red crepe myrtle adds beauty and interest to the landscape year-round.

    Beloved for its long flowering period and its striking crimson blossoms, the red crape myrtle's plentiful clusters of brilliant blooms appear on the tips of new branches early in summer and continue into the autumn months. Once the flowers die away, fruit remains in the form of small, green, capsule-like berries that eventually turn black or brown. These berries are available throughout the winter, attracting birds and adding interest. Red crape myrtle is also known for its shedding bark that exposes the attractive trunk and displays lovely shades of brown or gray. This plant typically develops several main stems which are more desirable than single-stem plants in the landscape, as they add charm and capture attention. In fall, leaves may be yellow, orange, and red.

    Red crepe myrtle may be used in a variety of ways.

    Beloved for its long flowering period and its striking crimson blossoms, the red crape myrtle's plentiful clusters of brilliant blooms appear on the tips of new branches early in summer and continue into the autumn months. Once the flowers die away, fruit remains in the form of small, green, capsule-like berries that eventually turn black or brown. These berries are available throughout the winter, attracting birds and adding interest. This tree is also known for its shedding bark that exposes the attractive trunk and displays lovely shades of brown or gray. This plant typically develops several main stems which are more desirable than single-stem plants in the landscape, as they add charm and capture attention. In fall leaves may be yellow, orange, or red.

    The perfect specimen plant with its captivating crimson flowers and interesting trunk can also be effectively planted in groupings to create privacy hedges. Another way to grow crape myrtle is as a gorgeous container plant. No matter how you choose to grow red crape myrtles, you will be rewarded with showstopping beauty for years.

    The Red Crepe Myrtle is shipped bare root.

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    My favorite

    This is my favorite tree so I wsas thrilled when I fould them for sale. They are only single trunked but they are very tall and has small blooms the first year. SO glad to have found them
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