Heavy flowering begins on the Dallas Red Crape Myrtle Tree in early June and continues until early fall. Try planting Dallas Red Crape Myrtle Bushes in Northern states because it is extremely cold hardy. The flowers of the Dallas Red Crape Myrtle Tree are best described as light red, and the stems and twigs are also light red.The best use of the Dallas Red Crape Myrtle Tree is as a 25 foot specimen tree, and this crape myrtle tree forms a beautiful flowering plant.
The flowers of the Dallas Red Crape Myrtle form in dense clusters, and the foliage also is dense when used as a fast growing privacy screen. The Dallas Red Crape Myrtle Tree is extremely drought tolerant, and salt water tolerant, and the fall leaf color varies from brilliant yellow-orange along with variable coloring exfoliating gray to red peeling bark.Many cities line up the Dallas Red Crape Myrtle Trees along boulevards, parking lots and even highway departments line this outstanding flowering tree along state and federal highways.
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