Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei ‘Tuscorora’ Tuscorora Crapemyrtle

The Tuscorora Crapemyrtle was introduced in 1981 by the National Arboretum and is a fast growing tree with a mottled, light brown trunk. Its leaves are first red tinged when immature then mature to a dark green color and in the fall they will turn a orange-red color. Its flowers are a coral-pink color that […]

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Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei ‘Natchez’ Natchez Crapemyrtle

A National Arboretum introduction, Natchez Crapemyrtle is a cross between Lagerstroemia indica ‘Pink Lace’ and the first L. fauriei brought from Japan, this was done back in 1964. After much evaluation the cultivar was finally released in 1978. This vigorous cultivar blooms from June through September for roughly 110 days revealing beautiful tiny white flowers, […]

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Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei ‘Basham’s Party Pink’ Basham’s Party Pink Crapemyrtle

Basham’s Party Pink Crapemyrtle is a 1965 Lynn Lowery introduction. This Crapemyrtle has bronze leaves when young but these mature into a dark green color, foliage will then turn a orange red color in the fall. The flower is a light lavender-pink color and is borne late spring to early summer. Basham’s Party Pink is […]

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Lagerstroemia indica ‘Whit VI’ Burgundy Cotton ® Crapemyrtle P.P.# 14438

nother Carl Whitcomb introduction, Burgundy Cotton® Crapemyrtle starts the show off right with it’s deep burgundy new growth and crimson buds. Once it warms up the foliage changes to a bronzy green with a wine tint and the buds burst open with stunning white, sometimes pinkish flowers in early July and continue flowering until frost. […]

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Lagerstroemia indica ‘Whit V’ Tightwad Red® Crapemyrtle P.P. # 11312

A Carl Whitcomb introduction which was originally marketed as Firecracker Crapemyrtle and has currant or light red flowers. Flower buds are crimson before opening and the flowers may have some white petals, especially on cool cloudy days. Tightwad Red® Crapemyrtle will bloom in July and sporadically afterward until frost. The new foliage growth is wine-red, […]

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Lagerstroemia indica ‘Whit IV’ Red Rocket® Crapemyrtle P.P. # 11342

A Carl Whitcomb introduction Red Rocket® Crapemyrtle has huge, up to 20 inches long, cherry red flower clusters. Flowering begins in July and will continue until frost. New growth is a red to red-purple color and new wood is red in color, the leaves will fade to dark green later in the season. Lagerstroemia indica […]

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Lagerstroemia indica ‘Whit II’ Dynamite® Crapemyrtle P.P.# 10296

Another Carl Whitcomb introduction, Dynamite® Crapemyrtle grows upright and has leaves that appear crimson at first but change quickly to a medium green. Dynamite’s buds are crimson before flowering and bloom into cherry red flowers, these are more red than the cultivars that were available in the market previously. The flowers will be a dark […]

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Lagerstroemia indica ‘Catawba’ Crapemyrtle

he Catawba Crapemyrtle is a small shrub like tree that has bright green foliage in the summer that change to orange-red in the fall. Lagerstroemia indica ‘Catawba’ has long lasting deep purple flowers in the summer months, and is one of the best purple flowering selections available. Catawba is mildew resistant and grows up to […]

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Koelreuteria paniculata Golden Rain Tree

The emerging leaves on the Golden Rain Tree are pink-red then mid-green then turning butter yellow in the autumn. Small yellow flowers form large pyramidal panicles that resemble paper lanterns mid – late summer followed by pink or red-flushed fruit capsules. The Golden Rain Tree is an open-branched deciduous tree which reaches a height and […]

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Chilopsis linearis ‘Desert Willow’

The Desert Willow blooms a beautiful trumpet shaped flower in spring and through the fall that resembles that of the catalpa. The colors of the bloom range from burgundy to pure white with yellow striped throat and all colors in between, this selection has burgundy. The Desert Willow grows fast and reaches up to 15-25 […]

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