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Crepe Myrtles

  • Crepe Myrtle Plants

    Crepe Myrtle Plants $12.99

    Crepe Myrtle Plants     Crepe Myrtles are great ornamental trees that many uses in a variety of landscaping projects.  They are elegant in their appearance.  The flowers will be pink, white, red or...

  • red crepe myrtle

    Red Rocket Crepe Myrtle $12.99

    Red Rocket Crepe Myrtle The Red Rocket Crepe Myrtles are gorgeous during the summer when they are in bloom. These small trees are the right size to add to a large garden and also plant randomly on a lawn. They also make a...

  •  Pink Crepe Myrtle

    Pink Crepe Myrtle $12.99

    Pink Crepe Myrtle Shrub The Pink Crepe Myrtle tree is amazing and brings lots of bright and brilliant color to all gardens and lawns when they are in bloom.  They grow best when planted in climate zones six through...

  • Lavender Crepe Myrtle

    Lavender Crepe Myrtle $9.99

    Lavender Crepe Myrtle Lavender Crepe Myrtle is a variety of Lagerstroemia that will excel in growth zones six through ten.  Growing to around twenty-five feet in height, it will have amazing results in an environment...

  • Natchez Crepe Myrtle

    Natchez Crepe Myrtle $9.99

    Natchez Crepe Myrtle Natchez Crepe Myrtle is both visually striking and versatile.  Best for growth zones seven through nine, it will be up to thirty feet tall and can grow as much as five feet in a single year. ...

  • Peppermint Pink Crepe Myrtle

    Peppermint Pink Crepe Myrtle $12.99

    Peppermint Pink Crepe Myrtle Peppermint Pink Crepe Myrtle will be a beautiful flowering tree that will do well in zones seven through nine.  It will be smaller, only growing to around seven feet tall and five feet wide...

  • Purple Crepe Myrtle

    Purple Crepe Myrtle $12.99

    Purple Crepe Myrtles – Lagerstroemia Indica Purple Crepe Myrtles do well in warm and cool climates!  Purple Crepe Myrtles will make a lawn or garden burst with color when they are in bloom.  They will have...

  • Red  Crepe Myrtle

    Red Crepe Myrtle $12.99

    Red Crape Myrtle - Lagerstroemia Dynamite Red Buy Red Crape Myrtle and other Crape Myrtles at rock-bottom prices through our Online Nursery! Red Crape Myrtles are beautiful summer plants with notably vibrant red flowers...

  • White Crepe Myrtle

    White Crepe Myrtle $12.99

    White Crepe Myrtles - Lagerstroemia White Crepe Myrtles will also provide beautiful color in the fall months of the year     White Crepe Myrtles will look amazing a clean when they are in bloom.  They will...


Crepe Myrtle's Enhance A Landscape Well


Crepe myrtles beautify any yard or landscape setting. They are low-maintenance, long-blooming and come in a variety of colors sure to please everyone in the family. Here are some types of crepe myrtles and how you can incorporate them into your landscape setting with ease. 

Decks And Patios

Dwarf varieties of crepe myrtles lend themselves well to containers, placed around decks and patios. The red crepe myrtle adds a pop of color to backyard patios, while the pink crepe myrtle provides a softer look. Petite varieties are available that only grow to heights of about 5 feet, perfect for container planting. 


You can plant crepe myrtles down driveways for a spectacular view. The white crepe myrtle looks stunning in this manner. You can also place them around your home as specimen trees for a dramatic effect. There are many varieties that reach 10 feet in height, with a rounded crown that works well in these areas. 

Crepe myrtles are cold hardy when grown in USDA hardiness zones 7 through 10. They love full sun and tolerate dry conditions very nicely once they have become established in the landscape. These trees grow best in moist, well-drained soil with frequent periods of watering until they are well-established. 

It is easy to keep your crepe myrtles looking their best with just a little pruning during the winter. These plants are shrubs, but can be pruned to a tree form as well. If you want to add a bit of fertilizer to your crepe myrtles, do so in the spring for best results. 

If you want a dramatic color, the red crepe myrtle is the perfect choice. The white crepe myrtle creates a serene and peaceful outdoor environment. If you like pastels, the pink crepe myrtle may be for you. Incorporating these lovely shrubs into your outdoor setting will enhance the natural beauty and give it curbside appeal.