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James Burghardt

(Crapemyrtle, Dynamite™ Crapemyrtle)

Dynamite™ crapemyrtle is a heat-loving, large shrub or small tree with an attractive upright to fountain-shaped habit. This eastern Asian native has glossy dark green leaves that are reddish when they first emerge and turn shades of orange-red in the fall. In summer it bears many large clusters of crinkly, bright cherry red flowers at its branch tips. Mature plants have pretty exfoliating bark.

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

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Hahira Nursery

(Crapemyrtle, Pink Velour™ Crapemyrtle)

Pink Velour™ crapemyrtle is a heat-loving, large shrub with an attractive arching to fountain-shaped habit. It originates from eastern Asia and has glossy dark green leaves that are red-hued when they first emerge, become dark green with purplish tinrs and then turn shades of rusty orange and brown in the fall. In summer it bears many large clusters of crinkly, vibrant pink flowers at its branch tips rising from reddish buds. Mature plants have pretty exfoliating bark.

Crapemyrtle is tolerant...

(Crapemyrtle)

Tightwad Red™ crapemyrtle is a heat-loving, small mounding shrub. It has small leaves that are red-hued when they first emerge, quickly fade to a light green and deepen to dark green by late spring. Its new branches are also red in color. From midsummer to frost, this compact crapemyrtle bears many clusters of sterile, crinkled, pale red flowers at its branch tips. Occasionally some of the flower petals may be lighter because cool, overcast summers yield duller bloom colors.

Crapemyrtle is tolerant...

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James Burghardt

(Crapemyrtle)

Burgundy Cotton™ crapemyrtle ('Whit VI') is a heat-loving, large shrub with an attractive upright, vase-shaped canopy. It has glossy dark green leaves that are red-hued when they first emerge and age to dark green, though they may retain a burgundy color on their undersides in full sun exposures. In summer it bears many large clusters of crinkly, white flowers that are burgundy-red at the base. The pollen carrying stamens are a bright yellow. Mature plants have pretty exfoliating bark.

Crapemyrtle...

(Crapemyrtle)

This crapemyrtle, Siren Red™, is a heat-loving, large deciduous shrub with a long blooming season. Descended from a native of eastern Asia, it has glossy, leathery, medium-green leaves that are red when they emerge in spring and turn red and orange in autumn. Starting in summer, Siren Red™ (also known as 'Whit Vii), blooms in clusters on branch tips and continues into autumn until frost. Prune spent clusters to encourage new flushes of bloom. The buds and the flowers are a rich blood-red. Mature...

(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....

(Chica® 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....

(Dwarf Crapemyrtle)

This is a group of dwarf, precocious crapemyrtles with several flower colors, including red, rose, pink and white. All descend from a deciduous species native to China and Korea -- Lagerstroemia indica -- that is normally a small tree but has given rise to many dwarf cultivars, including 'Little Prince,' which is the parent of this series.

Like all crapemyrtles, the bloom of the plants in this series is showy, with large clusters of flowers on the tips of the branches in summer. Removing...

(Dwarf Crapemyrtle)

The Petite Series is a collection of dwarf crapemyrtles, all maturing to about chest height, with flower colors ranging from white and yellow to pink and red. They are heat-loving deciduous shrubs that flower at varying times in mid to late summer, often lingering into autumn. Their fall foliage is typically golden yellow to orange-red.

Like most crapemyrtles, those in the Petite Series tolerate a wide range of soils, if well-drained, and grow best in sunny locations. Powdery mildew (a leaf...

(Blue Sparkler Eastern Larch, Eastern Larch)

Brightening the landscape with a dense foliar display of light blue-green needles, Blue Sparkler dwarf tamarack also heralds fall with golden yellow needles. Native to much of Canada and the extreme northern United States, this variety was selected by Sid Waxman of the University of Connecticut. It is a vigorous, dwarfed, deciduous shrub that will become broader than tall.

The needles are bright blue-green, short, three-sided and arranged densely in spiral clusters atop short stubby spurs. The...