Vigorous, upright grower with pale pink blooms and beautiful dark-brown exfoliating bark. Orange-red fall color. Fast growing. L. indica x fauriei cross. Maturity: ~25' tall x 16' wide. Zones 6-9.
|pale pink||upright vase, width 60-65% of height|
Unlike Natchez, branches do not weep from the weight of the flower heads. White blooms with reddish stamens create a vaguely pink hue when flowers first open, turning to pure white as flowers mature. Spectacular ‘Fantasy’-like reddish-brown exfoliating bark. Unusually dark green foliage. Yellow fall color. Mildew resistant. Intermediate in habit between L. fauriei ‘Fantasy’ and L. x ‘Natchez’. Maturity: > 35’ tall x 25‘ wide. Zones 6-9.
|white||vase shaped, width 70-75% of height|
A rare combination of coral pink blooms and chestnut-brown exfoliating bark. Reddish orange fall color. Mildew resistant. A L. indica x fauriei cross. Maturity: Fast growing to 20’ tall x 13‘ wide or greater. Zones 6b-9.
|dark coral pink||vase shaped, width 65% of height|
A vigorous, hardy cultivar that develops a dense canopy quickly. Long-lasting lavender flowers fade to light pink. Red-orange fall color. Tan exfoliating bark. L. indica x fauriei cross. Maturity: ~25' tall x 18’ wide. Zones 6-9.
|light lavender||wide vase, width 70-75% of height|
Upright, vigorous plants weep from the weight of the long-lasting white blooms. Exceptional cinnamon-brown exfoliating bark. The most proven, reliable, and popular of the large growing crapemyrtles. Red-orange fall color. Maturity: ~ 25' tall by nearly equal width. Zones 6-9.
|white||wide arching, width equal to height|
Introduced by the J.C. Raulston Arboretum, this pure Lagerstroemia fauriei cultivar is distinguished by its spectacular dark mahogany bark, the richest color of any crapemyrtle. White blooms are less profuse than indica x fauriei crosses but very fragrant. Fabulous as a single-stem, small shade tree. Fall color is a beautiful orange and yellow. Mildew resistant. Maturity: ~30-35' tall x 25’ wide. Zones 6b-9.
|white broad||vase, width 75% of height|
Dark coral pink flowers. Red-tinged immature leaves turn dark green in summer, then red-orange in fall. Exfoliating light brown bark. Mildew resistant. L. indica x fauriei cross. Maturity: > 20‘ tall x 16’ wide. Zones 6b-9.
|dark coral pink||vase shaped, width 80% of height|
Abundant watermelon-red blooms. Broad, distinct, near horizontal branching pattern. Customers like the well-developed canopy and bold architectural interest. Sinuous, light gray-tan bark. Red-orange fall color. Mildew resistant. L. indica x fauriei cross. Maturity: > 20‘ tall x 20’ wide. Zones 6-9.
|watermelon red||broad spreading, wider than tall|