Lager Stroemia Indica Var “Natchez” Crepe Myrtle


The taxonomy of this plant is Lagerstroemia x ‘Natchez.’ As with many of the widely-grown crepe myrtle trees used in landscaping, it is a hybrid derived from crossing Lagerstroemia indica with Lagerstroemia fauriei. Although originally from Asia, Lagerstroemia is naturalized in the Southeastern U.S. ‘Natchez’ is the cultivar name.

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A large shrub or small tree with smooth, dark, cinnamon brown, exfoliating bark. Glossy dark green leaves turn vibrant orange-red in fall. Panicles of pure white, soft-textured flowers bloom all summer. Makes an excellent specimen, accent or group planting.