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Months of Blooms on a Space-Saving Shrub Why Enduring Summer Crape Myrtles? Get a huge number of eye-catching blooms in the tightest spaces in your garden with the Enduring Summer Crape Myrtle. A compact flowering shrub that only grows to about 4 to 5 feet tall, it can fit anywhere and offers the iconic good looks of the Crape without the large size. So, you get tons of flowers in any space. The Enduring Summer grows clusters of vibrant red blooms that last from the summer to fall, for at…

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110 Days of Vibrant Blooms Why Natchez Crape Myrtle Trees? Imagine an incredible 110 days of flower power! The Natchez will delight you with hundreds of delicate white flowers from June to September. Especially since it's a fast grower that delights all summer long. The Natchez Crape grows rapidly at 3 to 5 feet a year and is tolerant of many climates. Through the toughest conditions and weather, the Natchez' pure white blooms will explode in brilliance against the tree's deep green canopy…

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The crape myrtle tree is great for Florida's climate throughout north, central, and southern regions. Often used in landscapes as a beautiful tree with lots of color when blooming. Proper crape myrtle tree care is needed for good health and growth. Flowering begins in June continues through the summer on into early fall. Clusters of

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