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Yuma Crape Myrtle

Yuma Crape Myrtle



 
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3-4ft tall [$19.75]
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Yuma Crape Myrtle Trees are very popular for their beautiful purple blooms. Blooms appear in June and last all summer until the beginning of September. The leaves of Yuma Crape Myrtle turn yellow-orange during the fall, and the tree grows to 20 ft. tall at maturity with 90 days of flowering. The purple electric color of the blooms of the Yuma Crape Myrtle Tree have huge clusters of flower heads that are very vigorous, and grow into a beautiful flowering evergreen tree that won the Georgia Gold Medal Award for excellence.

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5 of 5 Yuma Crape Myrtle February 2, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Aiken, SC United States  
The Yuma crape myrtles I ordered arrived quickly and in good condition. Planted them the following day. Watered well and left them for mother nature to water the next day. Will continue watering and monitoring their condition.

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4 of 5 April 13, 2018
Reviewer: Angela Chai from Lannon, WI United States  


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3 of 5 Replace for one that died May 15, 2017
Reviewer: jeanette nourry from Miller Place, NY United States  
I ordered 6 of the 6ft Yuma Crepe Myrtles last year one of them was not looking well this year so I ordered two 3ft one to go in its spot (the 6 ft were not available) so far so good. When I dug the dead on out there were buds on the very bottom. It has since been pruned and replanted in another spot.

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