Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtle
A Stellar Shrub-Form Crape Myrtle
If you thought crape myrtles were only trees or large shrubs, welcome to the world of dwarf crape myrtle shrubs! The Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtle produces the same familiar crinkly flowers but on compact plants that grow no larger than 2 feet tall and wide. Their smaller size gives them even more versatility in the landscape than tree-form crape myrtles. So if you have a small yard, plant Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtles for a big color explosion on small plants!
At a Glance
• Bright-pink flowers. If you like “cool” colors in your landscape, you’ll flip over the bright-pink blooms on the Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtle. Cool, clear and crisp, the flowers add pizzazz to any garden.
• Rounded dwarf plant. As tall as it is wide, the Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtle forms a rounded shrub that grows no larger than 2 to 4 feet in all directions. Its dense growth is thickly branched to support lots of flowers.
• Drought- and heat-tolerant. Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtles stand up to the heat of summer without a decrease in its flower production. As a bonus, once plants are established, they’re drought-tolerant!
A Designing Eye
If you’re tired of replacing flowering annuals in your garden pots each year, plant Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtles as container plants and enjoy the profusion of flowers produced year after year on these perennial plants. As a deciduous plant, Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtle will shed its leaves in autumn, but if you plant these small perennials in front of larger evergreens in front of your house, your foundation plantings will be fuller and thicker with the added bonus of nonstop summer flowers! Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtles make beautiful edging plants for sunny borders. Simply space plants 2 to 4 feet around the outside of your flower beds to add definition.
An Easy-Care Flowering Shrub
Infinitini Brite Pink Dwarf Crape Myrtles thrive in full sun; in fact, they’ll flower more profusely in spots that receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight each day. They perform well in moist soil, but the soil should drain easily so the roots don’t stay saturated. Fertilize plants with a slow-release fertilizer in early spring as the new growth leafs out to nourish the newly forming flowers, and get ready to enjoy the floral show that begins in summer!