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Crape Myrtle Muskogee

The Muskogee Crape Myrtle is a hybrid between the Japanese Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia
faurei) and the common Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica), which was developed by the US
National Arboretum in 1978. The Muskogee Crape Myrtle produces long lasting clusters of light
lavender flowers. Each cluster within the Muskogee Crape Myrtle has hundreds of lavender
flowers and each cluster can range from 8” to 16” long. The Muskogee Crape Myrtle also has
one of the longest flowering periods of any Crape Myrtle, 120 days. The Muskogee Crape Myrtle
has a very tall and vigorous growing habit with small alternate leaves that are rounded at the base
and are 1” to 3” long. The Muskogee Crape Myrtle has leaves that are glossy green in the
summer and in the fall they turn yellow and red. Each summer the Muskogee Crape Myrtle
exfoliates its cinnamon colored bark in thin strips to expose a smooth and light gray colored bark.
The Muskogee Crape Myrtle is adaptable to a wide range of soil types, very drought tolerant and
has a very good resistance to powdery mildew.
Crape Myrtle Muskogee
Crape Myrtle Natchez
The Natchez Crape Myrtle

The Natchez Crape Myrtle is a hybrid between the Japanese Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia faurei)
and the common Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica), which was developed by the US National
Arboretum in 1978. The Natchez Crape Myrtle was one of the first hybrids released and is
certainly the most popular. The Natchez Crape Myrtle produces long lasting clusters of white
flowers. Each cluster within the Natchez Crape Myrtle has hundreds of white flowers and each
cluster can range from 8” to 16” long. The Natchez Crape Myrtle also has one of the longest
flowering periods of any Crape Myrtle, 110 days. The Natchez Crape Myrtle has a tall and
arching growing habit with small alternate leaves that are rounded at the base and are 2” to 3”
long. The Natchez Crape Myrtle has leaves that are glossy dark green in the summer and in the
fall they turn a vibrant orange-red. Each summer the Natchez Crape Myrtle exfoliates its dark
cinnamon-brown colored bark in thin strips to expose a smooth and cream colored bark. The
Natchez Crape Myrtle is adaptable to a wide range of soil types, very drought tolerant and has a
very good
Crape Myrtle Dynamite
Tuscarora Crape Myrtle
The Dynamite Crape Myrtle

The Crape Myrtle was introduced to the US over 150
years ago from China, Japan and Southeast Asia. In
1998 Dr. Carl Whitcomb developed the Dynamite Crape
Myrtle, which is a prolific producer of long lasting
clusters of deep red flowers. Each cluster within the
Dynamite Crape Myrtle has hundreds of red flowers
and each cluster can range from 8” to 16” long. The
Dynamite Crape Myrtle has a very broad and upright
growing habit with small alternate leaves that are
rounded at the base and are 1” to 2” long. The
Dynamite Crape Myrtle has leaves that are bright red in
the spring, bright green in the summer and in the fall
they turn a vibrant orange-red. Each summer the
Dynamite Crape Myrtle exfoliates its gray-brown
colored bark in thin strips to expose a smooth and light
brown colored bark. The Dynamite Crape Myrtle is
adaptable to a wide range of soil types, very drought
tolerant and has a good resistance to powdery mildew.
Tuscarora Crape Myrtle

The Tuscarora Crape Myrtle is a hybrid between the Japanese Crape Myrtle
(Lagerstroemia faurei) and the common Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica),
which was developed by the US National Arboretum in 1978. The Tuscarora
Crape Myrtle produces long lasting clusters of dark pink flowers. Each cluster
within the Tuscarora Crape Myrtle has hundreds of pink flowers and each cluster
can range from 8” to 16” long. The Tuscarora Crape Myrtle has a very tall and
vigorous growing habit with small alternate leaves that are rounded at the base and
are 1” to 3” long. The Tuscarora Crape Myrtle has leaves that are glossy green in
the summer and in the fall they turn red-orange. Each summer the Tuscarora
Crape Myrtle exfoliates its light brown colored bark in thin strips to expose a
smooth and light gray colored bark. The Tuscarora Crape Myrtle is adaptable to a
wide range of soil types, very drought tolerant and has a very good resistance to
powdery mildew.
Tuscarora Crape Myrtle