Miami Crape Myrtle Trees grow upright very quickly, reaching over 20' at maturity. The bark of the Miami Crape Myrtle is brown and very decorative, and the dark pink to red blooms appear in the late summer. Miami Crape Myrtle Leaves change color to orange in the fall before falling to the ground and exposing the berry clusters. The flowers are a reddish-pink and can last for up to 100 days. Most people call the colors of the blooms of the Miami Crape Myrtle Shrub plants 'bright red', but the Royal Horticulture society chart of color lists it as a dark pink.
• The Miami crape myrtle trees grow into some of the tallest of all flowering trees - up to 25 feet tall, Unbelievable! The cascading plumes of dark pink flowers begin appearing in early June hanging from an upright cluster of limbs,- limbs that kids love to climb. The Miami blooms for weeks-repeating a flowering extravaganza in early fall, after which blooming stops, and a leafy explosion of orange leaves fills the eyes of drive-by lookers with the unforgettable pleasure of autumn coloration.
Pink Miami Crape Myrtle Trees
Flowering Pink Crape Myrtle Tree - Miami
Miami Crape Myrtle