Crepe Myrtle Tree Listing
This list describes the Crepe Myrtle (Lagerstroemia) trees that we generally grow in our bare root nursery. Due to vagaries of production and demand however not all of the trees listed here will be available every year.
For the current list of trees available for the coming winter please go to the 'Price List'. This is updated in March or April each year.
For more information about bareroot trees please see the 'About Bareroot Trees' page.
Please enquire if the tree you are looking for is not listed - we may be able to help.
Lagerstroemia indica5-6m exceptionally to 8m.* A small tree with masses of pink or mauve flowers during the peak of summer, yellow/orange autumn colour and attractive smooth copper-toned bark. The tree has a multi stemmed upright branching habit and mottled attractive bark. Tolerant of heat and some dryness once established but does prefer well drained, slightly acidic, moist, full sun position. Recommend hard prune when transplanting to encourage a strong root system. Flowers only form on new season’s wood so they can be lopped back hard for compact flower heads or left to have a gracefully branched flowering canopy.
Crepe Myrtle 'Acoma'
Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei ‘Acoma’3 x 3m.* Very small garden tree or shrub suitable for small gardens or even for container growing. With its spreading habit and semi weeping characteristics this tree has a profusion of white flowers in late summer and stunning yellow and orange autumn colour. Same cultural requirements as the Crepe Myrtle.
Crepe Myrtle 'Tuscarora'
Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei 'Tuscarora'5 x 5m* Small garden specimen or screening tree. Stunning dark fuchsia pink flowering cultivar. Prolific amounts of flowers and leaves turn a red orange in autumn particularly in colder climates. Similar habits and cultural requirements as the Crepe Myrtle.
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