Lagerstroemia x fauriei ‘Yuma’

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USDA Hardiness zone: Zn6b 0º to -5ºF

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Extraordinary tree that displays HUGE trusses of almost double flowered glowing lavender blue flowers. Open spreading habit on a compact tree to 14′ tall and 8′ wide. The branching structure favors the huge opulent flower clusters which always begin in my garden in early August and continues well into September. Fall color is a vivid orange and yellow combination and is reliable. The sinuous trunk displays pink/tan coloration Smooth and very pretty. Its consistently one of the youngest to show bark coloration.  Full hot sun and regular summer irrigation to bloom and thrive. Very cold hardy and disease resistant. An easy and spectacular tree that should be planted everywhere. Beautiful.

 

     

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