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Tall, fast-growing crape myrtles can overshadow a small yard or garden unless they're continually pruned, but a new generation of these exquisite flowering plants has arrived. The Infinitini® Orchid Dwarf is one in a series of Crapes that grows only 2 to 4 feet tall with an equal width, which is perfect for the smaller urban garden! But you still get amazing color. Lavender-purple flowers emerge in a hard-to-find, orchid-like hue. These vivid blooms blanket the Infinitini® Orchid Dwarf Crape Myrtle Tree's neat, tidy form...never becoming straggly or spindly and outlasting most other varieties.Infinitini® paints your garden with vibrancy. Billowing at the corners of your house, or mounded in front of evergreen shrubs at your home's foundation, the Dwarf Orchid Crape Myrtle lends colorful brush strokes to your landscape design. No matter where you place it, it thrives. Especially since it sails through temperature extremes down to 0 degrees and handles heat like a champ. It's rare to find a Crape that can do both, but the Dwarf Orchid shatters expectations.
And thanks to our unmatched care at the nursery, your Orchid Dwarf is ready to grow as soon as it arrives at your door. No more shopping for weak varieties at your local garden center - you'll have a healthy, well-rooted plant shipped directly to your home without the hassle.
Don't take our word for it - you'll have to order Infinitini® Orchid Dwarf Crape Myrtle Tree to see the gorgeous growth for yourself!
1. Planting: Find a sunny spot in your garden (or where you plant Infinitini Dwarf Orchid Crape Myrtle in a patio pot) with at least 6 hours of sun daily. Well-drained soil is also recommended.
To plant in the ground, dig a hole that's about twice the size of your plant's root ball, backfill your soil, and then water to settle the roots.
To container-plant, select a pot that's about twice the size of your plant's shipped container, use organic soil mix, and place your plant. Select a sunny spot to place your plant on your porch or patio.2. Watering: If natural rainfall falls short of 1 inch per week, water your plants once or twice weekly. If you're not sure when to water, check the surrounding soil about 2 inches down for dryness.3. Fertilizing: When you see new growth beginning in spring, feed with a slow-release fertilizer that's formulated for flowering landscape plants.