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(Dwarf Crapemyrtle)

This dwarf crapemyrtle, 'Bourbon Street,'(also known as'June Marie') is a miniature shrub with gray-green leaves and watermelon-red flowers. Bloom starts in late spring and continue until frost. In fall, the leaves turn shades of yellow, orange and orange-red.

Like other crapemyrtles in the Dixie Series, this shrub tolerates heat and drought and almost any well-drained soil that is not highly alkaline. Nonetheless, adequate moisture, especially as flowering begins, keeps the leaves green and bloom...

(Crapemyrtle)

A large, upright, multi-trunked, deciduous shrub, Candycane' produces a profusion of gently arching or pendent bi-color flower clusters. From early summer onward, 'Candycane' produces pink flowers with ruffled white edges on branch tips. Within these white edges there are deep pink veins, or "stripes". It is a heat-loving plant that has green leaves that turn to splattered orange, yellow and red in fall.

Crapemyrtle is tolerant of a wide range of well-drained soils and grows best in hot sunny...

(Crapemyrtle)

This crapemyrtle is an upright, multi-trunked, large, deciduous shrub that produces gently arching or pendent bicolor flower clusters on the branch tips. From early summer onward, 'Candystripe' produces pink buds that open as rose-pink petals with white edges. It has green leaves that emerge bronzey-red in spring and change to a splattering of orange, yellow and red in fall.

Like many crapemyrtles, ‘Candystripe’ tolerates a wide range of well-drained soils and grows best in hot sunny locations....

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(Crapemyrtle)

Crapemyrtle 'Catawba' is a prized hybrid deciduous shrub to small tree with a dense habit and dark green foliage. In midsummer it bears clusters of dark purple flowers at its branch tips that can continue into the fall if deadheaded. Although this selection is naturally rounded in habit, lower branches may be removed to form a small tree. Autumn brings out brilliant orange-red tones in the leaves. Mature plants have a beautiful vase shape, attractive, tan exfoliating bark, and add winter interest...

(Crapemyrtle)

This medium-sized crapemyrtle is a slow-growing deciduous shrub with distinctively hued flowers. From midsummer onward, 'Cedar Red' produces red buds and then orange-tinged red blossoms in clusters on branch tips. En masse, gathered in tight clusters, the flowers yield an orange-red that is distinct from red or pink-red crapemyrtles. The leaves emerge in spring with a red tinge and then turn green.

Like other crapemyrtles, ‘Cedar Red’ tolerates a wide range of well-drained soils. A heat-loving...

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(Centennial Spirit Crapemyrtle, Crapemyrtle)

Centennial Spirit crapemyrtle is a heat-loving, large shrub to small tree that originates from eastern Asia. It has thick, glossy, dark green leaves that turn shades of orange and red in the fall. In midsummer it bears large, loose clusters of crinkly wine-red flowers at its branch tips. Mature plants have a fountain-shaped habit and attractive exfoliating bark.

Crapemyrtle is tolerant of a wide range of well drained soils and grows best in hot sunny locations. Foliar powdery mildew can be a...

(Dwarf Crapemyrtle)

This dwarf crapemyrtle, 'Centennial,' is a rounded deciduous shrub that covers itself with clusters of lavender-colored flowers in summer. In autumn the green leaves turn shades of orange, with swatches of red and yellow.

Like other dwarf crapemrytles, 'Centennial' tolerates heat, drought, and almost any well-drained soil that is not highly alkaline. Adequate moisture, especially as plants begin to flower, ensures green leaves and full bloom. This plant has demonstrated resistance to powdery...

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(Dwarf Crapemyrtle)

Cherokee crapemyrtle is a heat-loving, open-branched, large shrub that arose from the hybridization of other crapemyrtle cultivars. By midsummer it bears clusters of crinkled, subdued-red (or powdered coral-red) flowers at its branch tips among glossy, dark green leaves. In autumn, the leaves turn a brilliant red with hints of purple. The smooth, attractive bark, mottled light-gray, tan and brown, becomes the ornamental highlight in winter.

Like other crapemyrtles, it tolerates a wide range...

(Compact Crapemyrtle)

This compact crapemyrtle, 'Chisam Fire,' is a free-flowering deciduous shrub with green leaves and bright red to purplish red flowers in clusters at the tips of its branches. Heavy flowering typically starts by midsummer and lighter flowering can continue until frost. In fall, the leaves turn yellow, orange and red. The longest branches tend to arch slightly, giving the tree a graceful shape.

Like other dwarf crapemrytles, 'Chisam Fire' tolerates heat, drought, and almost any well-drained soil...

(Coral Pink Crapemyrtle, Crapemyrtle)

Crapemyrtle is a heat-loving, summer flowering shrub to small tree that originates from China. It is best known for its large clusters of brightly colored blooms that appear at its branch tips. These dazzling flowers can be in shades of white, red, purple or pink, depending on the cultivar (of which there are many).

The glossy leaves of crapemyrtle emerge pale green to bronze in the spring, turn dark to medium green in the summer, then transition to bronze, yellow, orange or red in the fall....