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Natchez White Crepe Myrtle

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Latin Name- Lagerstroemia Indica Hardy Planting Zone-6-9 Mature Height- 15-25 Width- 10-20 Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun to Partial Sun

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Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.

Natchez White Crepe Myrtle - Lagerstroemia Induce x Fauriei "Natchez"

Coming home to snowy white flower canopies dotting your yard from June through September; coming home to rich, warm cinnamon brown bark in the Winter. These are two good reasons for putting a few Natchez White Crepe Myrtles in your yard.


The Natchez White Crepe Myrtle attracts its ecosystem. Predatory insects keep the population of parasitic insects down to the perfect level to attract pollinators that come for the pollen and stay awhile for the nectar.


Leaves are dark green and glossy, lending elegance to your yard throughout all the warmer months. They turn a deep orange-red in the fall, giving your yard that change-of-season color-burst that catches the eye and warms the heart.


These beautiful trees grow very fast, from 3 to 5 feet per year, and do well in zones 7-10. They get up to 30 feet tall with a 20-foot canopy. They are drought tolerant, and they thrive in full sun.


When tending your yard in winter, the Natchez White Crepe Myrtle can brighten your day with it’s unusually warm, brown bark, so unlike the dormant grey barks of most deciduous plants. As an exfoliating bark, it peels much like Birch, adding to the visual dimension. The stubborn beauty of this bark adds an air of resilience and determination to your yard.


When you’re enjoying your yard in the summer, those big blankets of white not only add variety to your landscaping, they add a cooling effect with their snow-like splendor as well. Watching the butterflies and honey-bees light on the flowers reminds you that you’re helping to maintain the ecological balance of your corner of the world too.


You get to enjoy year-round curb appeal with these bright, light, and lovely plants standing watch.


These beautiful additions to your landscaping are shipped directly to you with bare roots ensuring that they arrive in excellent condition, ready to thrive in your yard.


The Natchez White Crape Myrtle is a remarkable addition to any home’s landscape with sparkling white blooms from June through September. It features dark green, glossy foliage that transforms in fall to a seasonal firestorm of red and orange with hints of yellow. This hardy deciduous is resistant to aphids and white powdery mildew.
A native of Asia, the Natchez White Crape Myrtle grows well throughout the southeastern US. Its branches are naturally resistant to breakage and thus requires little in the way of maintenance.