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Now there's a crape myrtle that gives you ton of color in tight spaces!
The Strawberry Dazzle Crape Myrtle is famous for:
• Compact growth- just 3-5 ft. tall
• Fluorescent reddish-pink blooms
• Long-lasting color... from late spring til fall
Strawberry Dazzle Crape Myrtles give you brilliant, reddish-pink blooms for months. This new crape myrtle variety only grows 3-5 ft. tall, so it's perfect for areas that you wouldn't normally find crape myrtles- near your patio, along a sidewalk, or even lining your garden.
Now you can enjoy a brilliant burst of color anywhere you want bright blooms.
Brilliant emerald green foliage sets the stage for early summer blooms erupting in clusters that are vibrant neon-pink.
Myrtles are known for blooming profusely, and usually the flowers will cover the shrub entirely from late spring til fall!
A member of the Razzle Dazzle Series, Strawberry Dazzle Crape Myrtle is a true dwarf, maturing to heights of just 3-5 feet with a similar spread. This beauty requires only a minimal maintenance. Strawberry Dazzle Crape Myrtles will steal the spotlight in your garden!
Try planting in decorative containers for accent around your deck or patio area. Artistically arranged groups of Strawberry Dazzles along a border or in a foundation bed will add a punch of vibrant color.
A mixed bed of White Lily of the Nile and Strawberry Dazzle Crape Myrtle, exhibited in front of a stunning hedge of Nellie Stevens Holly, and you've created a striking display that cannot be ignored.
The Strawberry Dazzle is so versatile it can work just about anywhere you have dirt for planting. This adaptable little shrub can even transition into the house to add interest to an uninspiring room that has lots of sun.
Thriving in zones 6-9, the Strawberry Dazzle appreciates full sun to partial shade. It adapts to most any soil type, as long as it is well-drained. It will bloom more profusely with more sun, so consider planting in full sun.
Homeowners are finding out that it looks great anywhere in their landscape, so they're selling out quickly... so get yours now.