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Bellini® Raspberry Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Conlagras' (PP# 29,006)

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Bellini® Raspberry Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Conlagras' (PP# 29,006)

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Dwarf Variety
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Botanical Name

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Conlagras' (PP# 29,006)

Outdoor Growing zone

6-10

Mature Height

3-4

Mature Width

3-4

Sun needs

Full Sun

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AK, CA, HI, PR

The Bellini Raspberry Crape Myrtle is a fabulous dwarf variety growing just 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. It is incredibly versatile, and valuable for edging, mass-planting, small gardens and growing in planter boxes and pots. The rich green foliage is always fresh and clean, and it begins blooming about 3 weeks before other crape myrtles. Regular dead-heading will keep it blooming steadily from June right into September – months of vibrant summer color of the most delicious raspberry pink. Bring your beds to life with this terrific shrub that will grow well for anyone.

  • Compact dwarf plant for edging and containers
  • Brilliant blossoms of bright raspberry pink
  • Blooms from June to September
  • Starts flowering earlier than taller varieties do
  • Excellent resistance to powdery mildew

Plant your Bellini Raspberry Crape Myrtle in full sun for the most blooms, and grow it in any well-drained soil. Even poor soils and urban gardens give good results, and this plant is drought resistant once established. It has high resistance to powdery mildew, staying clean and fresh through the hottest weather, and it isn’t bothered by other pests, or by deer. Remove spent flower heads as soon as they are over, to encourage reblooming, and trim back in spring as needed.

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