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Red Magic Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia hybrid 'PIILAG-VI' (PP#26,183)

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Red Magic Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia hybrid 'PIILAG-VI' (PP#26,183)

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Attractive Bark
Attracts Butterflies
Deer Resistant

Botanical Name

Lagerstroemia hybrid 'PIILAG-VI' (PP#26,183)

Outdoor Growing zone

6-9

Mature Height

6-10

Mature Width

6-10

Sun needs

Full Sun

The Red Magic™ Crape Myrtle is a rounded shrub growing between 6 and 10 feet tall and wide. It has dense branching and attractive foliage that is red in spring, green in summer and red again in fall. Because this bush is disease resistant, those leaves stay fresh and green all season. The brilliant red flowers are the main feature, with blooming from June to September. For a big splash of color, plant at the back of your shrub beds, or around the house. Grow it on a lawn as a specimen, or in a row for screening and as a boundary.

  • Bold red flowers all summer and into fall
  • Red new leaves and stems
  • Full, rounded form for screening and filling beds
  • Fully resistant to leaf diseases
  • Reliable in hot and dry areas

Grow the Red Magic™ Crape Myrtle in full sun to enjoy the most blooms. Plant it in any well-drained soil, including poor and dry soils, where it will thrive once established. It is drought resistant, immune to diseases, largely pest free and untouched by deer. A simple spring pruning, either lightly or more intensely, is all the care needed, plus removing the spent flowers after the first blooming, to encourage lots of new flower stems.

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