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Michael Dirr, Courtesy of the Gardener's Confidence Collection®

(Hybrid Crapemyrtle, Snow Dazzle Dwarf Crapemyrtle)

Pretty white blooms grace the branches of Snow Dazzle® crapemyrtle in abundance from summer to fall. Its beautiful rounded leaves are red-purple when they first emerge, mature to dark green and turn burgundy-red in autumn. This cultivar was selected by Michael Dirr in 1999 out of approximately 125 open-pollinated seedlings from Lagerstroemia ‘Gamad V.’

Crapemyrtle is a heat-loving deciduous shrub that originates from Asia. It is best known for its large clusters of brightly colored blooms...

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Michael Dirr, Courtesy of the Gardener's Confidence Collection®

(Hybrid Crapemyrtle, Ruby Dazzle Dwarf Crapemyrtle)

Pretty pink blooms grace the branches of Ruby Dazzle® crapemyrtle from summer to fall. Its beautiful rounded leaves are rich dark green and bronze-red and look great all season. This cultivar was selected by Michael Dirr in 1999 out of approximately 1,017 open-pollinated Lagerstroemia 'Pokomoke' seedlings.

Crapemyrtle is a heat-loving deciduous shrub that originates from Asia. It is best known for its large clusters of brightly colored blooms that appear at its branch tips in summer....

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McCorkle Nurseries, Inc.; Gardener's Confidence Collection

(Dazzle Me Pink Dwarf Crapemyrtle, Hybrid Crapemyrtle)

Pretty bubblegum pink blooms grace the branches of Dazzle® Me Pink crapemyrtle from summer to fall. This is one of the earliest crapemyrtles to bloom. Its beautiful rounded leaves are dark olive green and turn lovely orange-red in the fall. This cultivar was selected by Michael Dirr in 1997 out of approximately 1,000 Lagerstroemia seedlings of unknown parentage.

Crapemyrtle is a heat-loving deciduous shrub that originates from Asia. It is best known for its large clusters of brightly...

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James H. Schutte

(Hopi Crapemyrtle, Hybrid Crapemyrtle)

This crapemyrtle cultivar is a mildew-resistant, hybrid, deciduous shrub with eye-catching clusters of pink flowers in summer and more color in fall when the leaves turn orange-red to dark-red. It is a tall, upright, multi-stemmed shrub that can be used as an accent plant or as an informal hedge or screen.

Like most crapemyrtles, ‘Hopi' grows and flowers best in full sun to partial sun in well-drained average soil. Pruning the the spent branch tips after the first flowering often leads to a smaller,...

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The U.S. National Arboretum

(Dwarf Crapemyrtle, Pecos Crapemyrtle)

This crapemyrtle cultivar is a tall, mildew- resistant, deciduous shrub that blooms with eye-catching clusters of fuchsia-pink flowers in summertime. Its lovely, multi-colored bark is smooth and mingles cinnamon brown, gray and tan colors. More color arrives in autumn, when the leaves of 'Pecos' turn maroon. If lower branches are removed, this cultivar forms a handsome small tree appropriate for small gardens or in a foundation planting.

Like most crapemyrtles, ‘Pecos’ should be planted in...

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Jessie Keith

(Dwarf Crapemyrtle, Pokomoke Crapemyrtle)

Like many stellar crapemyrtle cultivars, ‘Pocomoke’ is a United States National Arboretum introduction. This hybrid cross between Lagerstroemia fauriei and L. indica was first selected in 1990 and introduced in 1998. It was chosen for its neat, dwarf habit, showy pink flowers and fine foliage.

The flowers of ‘Pocomoke’ appear from midsummer to frost and are borne in flattened clusters. Flower buds are tan and open to a pretty rose-pink. The neat, compact plants have spectacular...

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Crapemyrtle, Tonto Crapemyrtle)

The Tonto crapemyrtle is a mildew resistant hybrid shrub with bright magenta red flowers and dull red fall foliage. It is an upright shrub that can be used as an accent plant or as an informal hedge or screen. Its bark is beige and spring's emerging leaves are bronze. By trimming away the lower branches, 'Tonto' can be made into a very small, petite vase-shaped tree.

Tonto is a hybrid of Japanese crapemyrtle with the common crapemyrtle that was made at the United States National Arboretum.

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Crapemyrtle, Zuni Crapemyrtle)

The mildew-resistant hybrid crapemyrtle 'Zuni' bursts forth in summer with strong-pink flowers that take on a lavender tint. More color arrives in fall as the leaves change from green to orange-red to dark red. The flowers do not fade with age as much as other boldly-colored cultivars. An upright, deciduous shrub, 'Zuni' displays attractive bark of ghostly gray and brown that is a highlight in fall and winter.

Like most crapemyrtles, 'Zuni' grows and flowers best in a well-drained, average soil....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(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 dwarf crapemyrtle selection, 'Baton Rouge,' (also known as 'Beverly') is a miniature weeping shrub with green leaves and dark pinkish red flowers. Flowering can begin as early as the latter weeks of spring and continue up until frost. In fall, the leaves turn yellow, orange and red.

Like other crapemrytles in the Dixie Series, 'Baton Rouge' tolerates heat and drought and grows on any well-drained soil that is highly too alkaline. However, occasional watering, especially as this plant begins...