Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtle
Rich, Reblooming Magenta Flowers
The Infinitini series of crape myrtles is a scaled-down version of taller crape myrtle plants. In fact, the Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtle brings a flurry of eye-popping flowers down to eye level! Sailing through the heat of summer like a champ – even in southern climates – the Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtle is a tough shrub that bears delicate flower clusters in a reblooming succession all summer long!
A Checklist of Benefits
• Rose-pink flowers. The magenta flowers, in an unforgettable shade of deep rose-pink, have that distinctive crinkly look that characterizes all crape myrtle plants. But the flowers on Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtles aren’t just borne at the top of shrubs; they cover the branches over each plant.
• Billowy shrub. Thick and full with a height equal to its width, Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtles grow into compact 2-4 feet by 2-4 feet shrubs that billow in the wind to add softness to your garden.
• Water-efficient plant. Mature Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtle shrubs use water efficiently, which means they are tolerant of short periods of drought.
Plant an Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtle in a large pot as a colorful perennial container plant. If you pair two plants – one on each side of the sunny entrance to your home – potted in large urn planters, you’ll add an exquisite welcome that greets visitors. Mounded around your home’s foundation or planted at the corners of your house to soften its vertical lines, Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtle adds a flowering contrast to evergreen foundation shrubs. You can plant one Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtle as a focal point in a sunny flower garden, or you can space multiple shrubs to outline a garden island or bed.
Easily Grown even by Novice Gardeners
You don’t have to be a green-thumb veteran gardener to grow Infinitini Magenta Dwarf Crape Myrtles successfully. The key is to find a sunny spot in your yard or garden – at least 6 hours of sun daily – and keep new plants watered well so the root systems get off to a healthy start. Apply a slow-release fertilizer in spring when new growth emerges to encourage lots of flowers, and you’re set!