Natchez Crape Myrtle
Long-Lasting White Blooms
Gardeners and admirers are blown away by the masses of large white flowers that blossom in front of dark green foliage. Enjoy bright white blooms from June to September.
The colorful show does not stop with the blooms. The bark is cinnamon color, providing a nice contrast to the plentiful and long lasting blooms.
The low-maintenance Natchez is successfully grown in growing zones 7-10, tolerating fluctuating temperatures very well. These trees prefer to be planted in an area where they get full sun, and are adaptable to many soil types.
This specific variety of crape myrtle is extremely mildew-resistant. Our trees arrive mature providing the grower with a well-established root system that will lead to blooms soon after planting - blooms that will last all summer long!
This tree is coveted as an ornamental piece, due to its small size, reaching a maximum of 20 feet high and wide when left unpruned. When grouped together, these crape myrtles make a colorful privacy hedge. Growing well in tight spaces you will often see the Natchez Crape Myrtle lining the streets in many southern cities.