Natchez Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia (i. x fauriei) ‘Natchez’

Form: Broad, vase-shaped
Growth Rate: Mod to Fast
Drought Tolerance: Moderate
Size: 20-30’ tall X 15-25’ Wide
Zone: 7-9
Salt Tolerance: Low
Light Requirements:
 Full sun for best growth and bloom.
Soil Requirements: Well-drained, moist, clay, loam or sandy soil; needs adequate lime and fertility.
Bark: Smooth; tannish gray; exfoliates to reveal cinnamon bark.
Flower: White; blooms early to late Summer; attracts insects.
Fruit: Oval to round, dry, brown capsule; persistent.
Foliage: Opposite, simple, obtuse to elliptical, 2-4” long, dark
green summer leaves turn yellow, orange, or red in the Fall.
Uses: Large flowering tree, shade tree, planters, parking lot islands, specimen, flowering accent tree and for Winter stem interest.

100 S Westminster Rd, Arcadia, Oklahoma

Monday – Thursday 
8:00AM – 5:00PM
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