Blooms on new wood. Pruning depends on the plant’s role in the landscape, however, these large, tree-like crapemyrtles are best pruned only to develop an appealing form. Regular pruning or cutting back should generally be avoided
Trialed and tested and the University of Florida, the breeding goal of the Center Stage crapes is to bump up the bloom date, intensify the foliage color and reduce the mildew. Megan Mathey has done all that and more, delivering a vigorous growing, coral flowered beauty to round out this top flight series.
|Dimensions||8 × 6 ft|
Lagerstroemia indica 'SMNLIJ' PP#33,292; CBRAF
6b, 7, 8, 9, 10
Borders, Low Hedges, Rock gardens
Attracts pollinators, Clay soil, Deer resistant, Disease resistant, Fall interest, Heat tolerant