Lagerstroemia Infinitini® Brite Pink Crapemyrtle Description
Make summer days even brighter with Infinitini® Brite Pink crapemyrtle (Lagerstroemia indica). This fabulously vivid pink crapemyrtle from Proven Winners is a space-saving variety that positively explodes with bloom in summer. It has a shrub-like, rather than a tree-like, habit, which expands its abilities in the landscape: plant it as a colorful edging, low hedge, specimen, even mix it in with your perennials in your flower garden. You’ll enjoy several weeks of intricate flowers and deep, saturated color
Infinitini crapemyrtles were developed in central Pennsylvania and have proven hardy even in USDA zone 6. They are some of the most cold-tolerant crapemyrtles to date! They may die back to the ground in colder areas, but they come roaring back from the roots and go on to bloom fabulously later in summer.
Special features: Dwarf shrub, Long blooming, Deer resistant, Fall color, Fast growing
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- Botanical name: Lagerstroemia indica 'G2X133143'
- Common name:
Crapemyrtle, Crape myrtle, Crepe myrtle
- Sun exposure:
Full sun (min. 6 hrs/day).
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- Soil type:
Any well-drained soil.
- Soil moisture:
- Height x width:
2-4' tall and wide
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- Foliage color:
- Season of interest:
Hedge, Edging, Flower gardens, Specimen, Containers
- Patent:USPP 27,452
- Cannot ship to:
AK, CAN, HI, PR
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Soil: Moist but well-drained soils are best. Can tolerate some dryness once established.
Light: Full sun (6+ hrs/day).
Space: Plant at least 4' apart.
Fertilizing: Little needed. If desired, fertilize in early spring, once the ground has thawed, with a granular rose fertilizer. A second application may be made in late spring/early summer as well.
Winterizing: A good 2-3" layer of mulch is recommended, USDA zone 6.
Maintenance: Blooms on new wood, so can be safely pruned in spring, though it is rarely necessary, thanks to its tidy, dwarf habit. Dead wood can be removed in spring, once new growth has begun to emerge and it's clear where any dieback may have occurred.
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