Crape Myrtle - Crape Myrtles are among the toughest, most adaptable, and showiest plants that. The dark green leaves often turn orange or red in fall. Sometimes called "the Lilac of the South", they are a beautiful branching flowering tree. The deciduous Crape Myrtle is among the longest-blooming shrubs (up to 120 days), and varies in size from dwarf to large shrubs or small trees. It has dense clusters of crinkled, crepe-papery flowers in white or shades of pink, red, or purple. Zone 6-11
Profusion Crabapple*bright purple pink flowers in spring. Leaves are a rich coppery red. Extremely hardy, resisting disease & pests. Not bothered by pollution or salt & is unattractive to browsing deer. Not picky about soil type making it easy to grow in any location.Grows rounded,somewhat weeping 15-20 ft tall w/broad canopy no wider than 25 ft.
FAST *** Red Rocket Crape Myrtle | Red Rocket Crape Myrtles can grow up to 5 feet or more a year, and give you abundant blooms. Mature height is disputed among reputable nurseries/sources: 10-15' or 20-30'.