Lagestroemia indica ‘Natchez’
6 metres at maturity
4 – 5 metres at maturity
The branches of this myrtle have a slightly pendulous formation.
Deciduous. Deep green foliage in Summer to intense orange to red variations in Autumn.
Large white clusters from mid Summer to early Autumn.
Preferred growing conditions:
Tolerates most growing and soil conditions well.
Prefers full sun to part shade.
Mildew resistant variety.
A stunning and popular ornamental tree prized for its elegant white crepe-paper like blooms and deep green foliage in the Summer with leaves changing to vibrant orange through to intense red in the Autumn. It is suitable to plant as an ornamental tree or for screening.
The Indian Summer range has been specially bred to resist powdery mildew, a fungal disease that can be seen on some older crepe myrtle.
* All dimensions are indicative