"Pocomoke" Dwarf Classic Crape Myrtle, 2 or 3 gallon
"Pocomoke" Dwarf Classic Crape Myrtle, 2 or 3 gallon
"Pocomoke" Dwarf Classic Crape Myrtle, 2 or 3 gallon
"Pocomoke" Dwarf Classic Crape Myrtle, 2 or 3 gallon
"Pocomoke" Dwarf Classic Crape Myrtle, 2 or 3 gallon
Mea Nursery

"Pocomoke" Dwarf Classic Crape Myrtle, 2 or 3 gallon

Regular price $49.98 Sale price $59.95 Unit price per

Common Name: "Pocomoke" Dwarf Classic Crape Myrtle

Flowering Ornamental Shrub

 Botanical Name:  Lagerstroemia indica 'Pocomoke'
  •  pink bloom clusters
  • 2 or 3 gallon container
  • repeat blooming
  • Medium green foliage 
  • Best Zone:  6 to 9
ITEM DESCRIPTION:
A new, unique dwarf-size, multi-stemmed shrub with panicles of dark rosy pink flowers that bloom throughout the summer. The dark green foliage turns rich bronze-red in fall. Cold hardy. Use as accent, in containers or massed in borders. Deciduous.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR LOCATION ON THE ZONE MAP. The zone determines where your shrub will best grow. 

  • Low Maintenance
  • Attracts Hummingbirds, Butterflies & Bees
  • Bloom Shape:  blooms formed into a cone shaped cluster of flowers
  • Bloom Time:  Spring - Fall
  • Fragrance:  No fragrance
  • Habit:  Erect
  • Foliage Color: Medium Green; turns rusty-red in the fall/winter.
  • Sun Tolerance:  Sun (> 6 hours sun) to part-sun (4-6 hours sun)
  • Watering Requirements:  Water regularly until established, but be careful not to overwater. Increase the watering frequency in periods of heat.  
  • Spacing:  plant 3 feet apart
  • Mature Height:  3-5 feet
  • Mature Width:  4-6 feet
  • Other Characteristics:  well drained soil.
  • Pruning:  Plant your Pocomoke Crape Myrtle in a sunny spot, in any well-drained soil. It will grow even in poorer soils, but new plants should be watered regularly for the first season. This plant has no significant pests, and it is resistant to mildew, so the leaves so glossy and healthy all summer long. A simple trim in spring is all it needs to bring you flowers for months. This dwarf plant is ideal in containers too – just be sure they have drainage holes and they will live happily for years in a pot or planter.

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