A smaller version of a long-time Southern favorite
White, pink, red, or purple blooms, attractive foliage, and exfoliating bark have made Crapemyrtles a mainstay of Southern landscapes for many years, and now you can enjoy their beauty no matter how small your garden! Highly adaptable and drought tolerant, Dwarf Crapemyrtles reach a mature height of up to 4 feet. From summer into fall, long panicles appear, the crinkled, crepe-like petals giving Crapemyrtles their name, and in fall, the green leaves turn yellow, red-orange, or red, providing a whole new season of appeal!
- This patented crape myrtle species resists the more common leaf spot and mildew problems of other shrubs.2-Quart Was $28.95
- Foliage is resistant to leaf spot and powdery mildew!2-Quart Was $28.95
- New foliage is crimson, and in autumn the leaves turn bright orange!Was As Low As $16.95
Now As Low As $11.87