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Enduring Summer Pink Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia hybrid 'PIILAG B2' (PP# 25,477)

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Enduring Summer Pink Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia hybrid 'PIILAG B2' (PP# 25,477)

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Botanical Name

Lagerstroemia hybrid 'PIILAG B2' (PP# 25,477)

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Full Sun



The Enduring Summer™ Pink Crape Myrtle has an abundance of showy blooms set against rich green foliage, from June to September without a pause. The big heads are packed with large pink blooms of a deep and rich shade. The leaves emerge red in spring and turn dark green for the summer, then becoming orange and bright red in fall. The flaking, multi-colored bark is attractive in winter. This compact shrub grows to 4 or 5 feet tall, and its rounded form is perfect for filling beds with summer color. Grow it in all those hot and difficult spots that every garden has.

  • Big trusses of rich-pink blossoms
  • Non-stop blooming from June to September
  • Rounded bush to 5 feet tall
  • Loves the sun, and drought resistant too
  • Never bothered by mildew or leaf spot

Full sun and dry soil don’t bother the Enduring Summer™ Pink Crape Myrtle, which can be grown anywhere from zone 6 to zone 10. In zone 6 there may be some winter die-back, but it re-sprouts reliably from the roots and still blooms profusely. Any well-drained soil suits it perfectly, and it does well in poor soils, including sand and rock, as well as city soils. It is resistant to the major diseases of crape myrtles, pests don’t bother it, and deer usually leave it alone. With a simple spring pruning you are set to go for another season of continuous color.