Tuscarora Crepe Myrtle

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Largerstoemia Indica x L. Fauriei Tuscarora

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  • Best selling hot pink crepe myrtle
  • Abundant deep pink flowers in Summer
  • Brilliant autumn foliage transformation
  • Stunning choice for classic garden designs
  • Low maintenance and longevity
  • Mature size up to 8 meters



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Elevate your garden with the Tuscarora Pink Crepe Myrtle. This ornamental tree is a vibrant addition, gracing your landscape with its striking hot pink flowers in Summer and captivating foliage colour changes in Autumn. Its low maintenance and longevity make it an excellent choice for classic garden designs.


Product Specifications

  • Common Name: Pink Crepe Myrtle
  • Uses: Specimen / feature tree, entrance framing, avenue planting, shade tree
  • Form: Upright
  • Deciduous / Evergreen: Deciduous
  • Mature Height: 8 meters
  • Mature Width: 4 meters
  • Position: Full Sun
  • Soil requirements: Adaptable to various soil conditions, prefers well draining soil
  • Water needs: Low water needs, once established
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Flower Period: Summer
  • Flower Colour: Dark / Hot pink blooms
  • Planter Suitability: No


Commonly Asked Questions

When do Crepe Myrtles flower?

Crepe myrtles, also known as Lagerstroemia, typically bloom during the summer months. The exact timing can vary depending on the specific variety, local climate, and environmental conditions.

In general, crepe myrtles begin to produce their vibrant, showy flowers from late spring to early summer and continue blooming through the summer months, often into early fall. The peak flowering period for many crepe myrtle cultivars is in mid to late summer.

The flowers of crepe myrtles come in various colors such as shades of pink, purple, red, and white, adding a spectacular display to landscapes during their blooming season. Factors like adequate sunlight, proper pruning, and sufficient water contribute to healthy growth and abundant flowering.


Is it easy to look after a Crepe myrtle?

Yes, Crepe Myrtles are a resilient tree. They do not require pruning and, once established, have low water needs. Apply a layer of mulch around the base of the tree to retain moisture, regulate soil temperature, and suppress weeds. Mulch also helps improve soil structure over time.


Want to add extra drama to your garden design?

If planting Tuscarora in your front garden, for a bold move, consider painting your front door in the same shade as the flower blooms. It’s a bold choice, but what an incredible sight!