Lagerstroemia Speciosa – Queen Crape Myrtle

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Lagerstroemia Speciosa is a tropical relative of the northern common crape myrtle (L.indica), the main difference in appearance is the noticeably larger leaves of the Queen Crape Myrtle. Queen’s Crepe Myrtles are more extravagant (usually multi-stem broader trees/shrubs) than Indica varieties, requiring just a bit more care and regular pruning.

During winter months, in cool areas, The Queen Crape Myrtle hides perfectly in plain sight during parts of the year as it loses its leaves and its flowers.

The Queen Crape myrtle typically blooms during the summer months when it shows its flashy display of gorgeous and colorful flowers. Although, during winter months, in cool areas, The Queen Crape Myrtle loses its leaves and its flowers

In the northern part of the US, residents get to witness the amazing change in color of the Queen Crape Myrtle tree during the Autumn months. The Crape myrtle tree typically grows to about 60 feet, and has an upright dense crown. Due to its full crown and flowers it is ideal as a shade or specimen tree.

At TreeWorld we have Queen Crape Myrtleavailable in 45, 65, 100, 200 and 300 gallons; which are ranging in height from 12 to 60 feet.

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