Natchez Crepe Myrtle

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Lagerstroemia Indica x Fauriei ‘Natchez’

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  • Classic snowy white Crepe Myrtle
  • Abundant snowy white blossoms in Summer
  • Stunning autumn foliage transformation
  • Ideal stand-alone feature plant
  • Grows to 6 meters plus

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Description

Decorate your garden with the Natchez Crepe Myrtle, which has a profusion of white blossoms all summer. As autumn approaches, watch this as the foliage transforms into vibrant hues. This gorgeous beauty, with its upright growth, makes for an exceptional stand-alone feature plant in any landscape.

 

Product Specifications

  • Common Name: White Crepe Myrtle
  • Mature Height: 6-8 meters
  • Mature Width: 4-6 meters
  • Form: Upright, spreading canopy
  • Uses: Shade tree, feature tree, avenue planting
  • Foliage: Dark Green
  • Flower Colour: White
  • Flowering Period: Late Spring to Autumn
  • Evergreen/Deciduous: Deciduous
  • Tolerates: Drought, urban pollution
  • Drought Hardy: Yes once established
  • Sun: Full Sun
  • Native: No
  • Maintenance: Low
  • Water Requirement: Moderate
  • Planter Suitability: No

 

Commonly Asked Questions

Is it easy to look after a Crepe Myrtle?

Yes, Crepe Myrtles are low-maintenance and resilient once established. They require minimal pruning and have low water needs. As these plants become substantial in size, their are better suited for ground planting rather than planter pots.

 

What is the best time to plant Crepe Myrtle?

The ideal time to plant Natchez Crepe Myrtle is in late winter or early spring when the tree is dormant. This allows it to establish a strong root system before the growing season begins.

 

Can Crepe Myrtle be grown in pots or containers?

While Natchez Crepe Myrtle can flourish in the ground, its mature size generally precludes it from being planted in long-term containers. However, it can be planted in large containers temporarily when young, provided they have sufficient space for root growth.