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Northern Belle Hardy Fuchsia Crape Myrtle Northern Belle Hardy Fuchsia Crape Myrtle Northern Belle Hardy Fuchsia Crape Myrtle Northern Belle Hardy Fuchsia Crape Myrtle

Northern Belle Hardy Fuchsia Crape Myrtle

Outstanding Color in More Zones Than Ever Before!
This series is an unprecedented success in growing crape myrtle in colder environments. Traditionally, only southern gardens could enjoy the pretty-as-a-picture blooms. But this has actually been put into a test garden in zone 6 with no winter protection and it still bloomed in abundance! The color is outstanding, too. The brilliant fuchsia will set itself apart from anything else in your midsummer landscape. It grows taller in warm zones, reported growing up to 5' in California. In cooler zones, it's more of a perennial border shrub, dying to the ground in winter, but quickly growing up to three feet and with impressive flower power in spring and early summer.
  • Zone 5-9
  • Height 36 - 54 inches
  • Bloom Time Midsummer to fall
  • Light Requirements Full Sun

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  • Botanical Name:

    Lagerstoemia indica '08-60059-03'

  • Height: 36 - 54 inches
  • Ship As: 1 GALLON
  • Spacing: 24 - 36 inches
  • Spread: 24 - 36 inches
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun
  • Color: pink
  • Foliage Type: Deciduous, glossy, green foliage. Foliage has bronzy cast in spring, bright green in summer,
  • Bloom Time: Midsummer to fall
  • Flower Form: Many small flowers bloom in terminal panicles on the current season's growth.
  • Planting Instructions: Performs best in full sun. Set plant at the same level it is growing at in the container, firm soil and water thoroughly.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, organically rich, moisture retentive soil. Becomes more drought tolerant with age.
  • Growth Rate: Moderate.
  • Pruning: For southern zones Thin young trees in late winter to early spring. Make sure to leave 3-7 main trunks or canopy branches. Older trees prune only to remove suckers that have emerged from main trunks or ground. Prune in winter. Northern zones (5 and 6) prune back any winterkilled branches in late
  • Winter Care: Mulch in cooler climates and remove in early spring before new growth starts.
  • Unable to ship to: AE AK GU HI PR
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