Enduring Summer Reblooming Crape Myrtle - Lavender

Compact variety for Southern gardens.

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Enduring Summer Reblooming Crape Myrtle - Lavender

Compact variety for Southern gardens.

  • Lavender flowers in summertime
  • Glossy, dark green foliage
  • Deciduous shrub grows 4-5 ft. tall
  • Impressive flowering hedge or accent plant
  • Deer tend to avoid
Wow the neighbors with vibrant lavender flower clusters all summer long. Enduring Summer Reblooming Crape Myrtle has a long bloom period—and its glossy, dark green foliage really makes the flowers pop. Growing 4-5 ft. tall, this deciduous shrub makes an impressive accent plant, or grow several together as a flowering hedge. The shrub exhibits good disease resistance and deer tend to pass it by. Enduring Summer Reblooming Crape Myrtle can also be grown in a container. Performs best when planted in full sun. Zones 6-10.
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  • Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia 'PIILAG B4' PP25195
  • Height: 4-5 feet
  • Spacing: 5-8 feet
  • Depth:Set plant at the same level it is growing at in the container, firm soil and water thoroughly.
  • Spread:4-5 feet
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Color: Lavender
  • Size: Potted
  • Blooms: Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, All Summer
  • Zone: 6-10
  • Form: Deciduous flowering shrub, crape myrtle.
  • Flower Form: Vibrant clusters of small crepe-paper-like flowers.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, organically rich, moisture retentive soil. Becomes more drought tolerant with age.
  • Growth Rate: Fast growth rate once established.
  • Pruning: Remove spent flowers to encourage reblooming later in the season. Flowers on new growth, so pruning should be done in late winter. Prune to maintain a desired shape, and to remove dead and broken branches. Late winter.
  • Foliage: Deciduous, glossy, dark green foliage is very healthy looking and shows good resistance to leaf spot and powdery mildew. New growth emerges with reddish coloring and matures to dark green.

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