Muskogee Crepe Myrtle

$3999

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle

$3999

1-Year Warranty

Ships Spring and Fall

Safe to Plant - Spring and Fall

In stock

Cannot ship to: OR. AZ.


Description Reviews

Are you looking for a show-stopping plant that will add vibrant color and texture to your garden? Look no further than the Muskogee Crepe Myrtle! This stunning deciduous tree boasts eye-catching lavender blooms and smooth, cinnamon-colored bark that exfoliates to reveal a beautiful, textured surface.

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle's Stunning Blooms

The tree is renowned for its stunning lavender blooms that appear mid-summer and last well into Fall (End of October). Each flower cluster can contain hundreds of individual blooms, creating a spectacular display of vibrant color. The tree's cinnamon-colored bark provides an eye-catching contrast to the blooms, and the bark's unique exfoliating pattern creates a textured surface that adds visual interest.

The Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is Easy to Grow and Maintain

Despite its impressive appearance, the tree is surprisingly easy to grow and maintain. It is a relatively fast-growing tree that can reach up to 30 feet tall but can be pruned to maintain a smaller size. The tree is also resistant to most common pests and diseases, making it a low-maintenance choice for your landscape.

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle Is Very Versatile and Adaptable

Whether you're looking to plant the tree as a standalone specimen or incorporate it into a mixed border or hedgerow, this versatile tree is up to the task. It can be planted in various soil types and is tolerant of heat, drought, and humidity. With proper care and attention, it can thrive in almost any garden or landscape setting.

Ready to add the tree to your landscape? Order yours today and enjoy this beautiful tree's beautiful blooms and textured bark. With its ease of maintenance and versatility, the tree will become a treasured addition to your garden for years.

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle's Characteristics

Lavender Crepe Myrtle In zones 7-9, grown in well-drained soil and full sun, Lavender Crepe Myrtle can achieve heights of 25' with a canopy of 15-20'. Individual cultivars have some variations on mature size; the famous "Muskogee" fits this description and is widely known for its beauty. Some cities have these trees lining the streets, and the sight is breathtaking when in bloom. These trees are indeed the quintessential tree of the south. As attractive as the flowers are, they are only one reason to plant Lavander Crepe myrtle. The foliage during the summer is a rich, glossy green, which is a perfect background for the magnificent blooms. But the show continues into autumn.

The foliage has vibrant shades of red and orange, so this tree is popular with homeowners. This tree continues to provide interest even into winter as the bark, in many cultivars, is very attractive. The bark will peel in mature trees, a perfectly normal process for this tree. The trunk and branches take on different hues of color, making Lavander Crepe Myrtle a tree for all seasons. This tree is easy to grow and proliferates. If planted in an area that allows for its eventual size, pruning is unnecessary and will allow for a showier bark pattern to emerge. It does best in lightly acid-to-acid soil; water needs are low to average once established. It does need to be planted in full sun. This is a homeowner's dream as it shows resistance to disease and drought. Even the gardener's nemesis, deer, doesn't find this tree very palatable, making this an attractive solution to the problem of uninvited guests devouring the landscape.

Muskogee Crepe Myrtles can be a focal point in a perennial garden. They are stunning in mass plantings, such as street trees or lining a winding driveway. Equally at home in the front or backyard, they provide an all-season canvas of color. These trees bring grace and beauty wherever planted in rural, suburban, or large cities.

Some cities have these trees lining the streets, and the sight is breathtaking when in bloom. These trees are indeed the quintessential tree of the south. As attractive as the flowers are, they are only one reason to plant Lavander Crepe myrtle. The foliage during the summer is a rich, glossy green, which is a perfect background for the magnificent blooms. But the show continues into autumn.

This tree continues to provide interest even into winter as the bark, in many cultivars, is very attractive. The bark will peel in mature trees, a perfectly normal process for this tree. The trunk and branches take on different hues of color, making Lavander Crepe Myrtle a tree for all seasons.

This tree is easy to grow and proliferates. If planted in an area that allows for its eventual size, pruning is unnecessary and will allow for a showier bark pattern to emerge. It does best in lightly acid-to-acid soil; water needs are low to average once established. It does need to be planted in full sun.

This is a homeowner's dream as it is resistant to disease and drought. Even the gardener's nemesis, deer, doesn't find this tree very palatable, making it an attractive solution to the problem of uninvited guests devouring the landscape. These trees can be featured in a perennial garden as a focal point.

Muskogee Crepe Myrtle is stunning in mass plantings, such as street trees or lining a winding driveway. Equally at home in the front or backyard, they provide an all-season canvas of color. These trees bring grace and beauty wherever planted in rural, suburban, or large cities.

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