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True Blue (Dwarf) Crape Myrtle

True Blue Crape Myrtle Tree


 
The True Blue Crape Myrtle selection is a dwarf crape myrtle tree that grows to a height of 5 feet tall with "true" blue blooms, and blue flowers are truly unique for the crape myrtle family. You can grow this hard-to-find trademark plant in your landscape by purchasing yours today. When you receive your true blue crape myrtle tree from Ty Ty Nursery you will want to plant your new crape myrtle tree in the full sun for the best flower intensity result. This revolutionary new color in crape myrtle tree selections is absolutely disease resistant, drought tolerant, and pest resistant.

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3 Gallon - 3-4 Feet Tall [$99.75]

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Recommended USDA Zones for True Blue Crape Myrtle Trees:[Lagerstroemia indica]
Zone 5 -10° to -5°
Zone 6 -5° to 5°
Zone 7 5° to 10°
Zone 8 10° to 20°
Zone 9 20° to 30°
Zone 10 30° to 40°
Zone 11 40° to 50°



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Average Rating: Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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4 of 5 Nice plant May 23, 2014
Reviewer: Vincent Ray from rising sun, MD United States  
cant wait to see this bloom to really see the color of it. was iin good condition and very healthy

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3 of 5 none May 1, 2014
Reviewer: Renee Bykerk from Shawnee, OK United States  
sames as the trees

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3 of 5 True Blue Dwarf CrapeMyrtle April 29, 2014
Reviewer: Joanne Weber from Reading, PA United States  
Leaves are dry curled when taking out of box. Leaves fell off. Planted it anyway. Looks worse 3 days later. It rained most of day today. Called TyTy. Said it is transplant shock. Wait 2 months and see how it does. I should call back if no improvement.

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