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Pair of Patio Lagerstroemia Crepe Myrtle 13cm Potted Plants

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Item number MQF6A

Pair of Patio Lagerstroemia Crepe Myrtle 13cm Potted Plants

If you have ever driven through central France in summer and seen wonderful trees plastered with pink, purple or red flowers, chances are they are Crepe Myrtle (or Lagerstroemia). Now you can grow these amazing wonders over here too. Thanks to new breeding in Italy, these are both compact and free flowering in the cooler UK climate, and make stunning and very hardy summer patio plants for smaller pots. Supplied as one of each variety, 'Kisses' and 'Eternal, 'Kisses' produces eye-catching bold neon-magenta pink flowers. ‘Eternal’ has the most irresistible lilac purple flowers that stand out beautifully against a backdrop of lush dark green foliage. They will become smothered in tissue paper-like bold & bright frilly flowers all summer-long and will become a mecca for bees and butterflies, bringing your garden to life with the buzz of beneficial wildlife and pollinators. Very hardy to -15C or more too, despite their delicate and exotic looks, this beautiful pair from the ‘With Love’ series will bring wonderful colour to your beds, borders or patio pots.
  • Delivered As: Plant
  • Max Height (in cm): 200
  • Max Spread (in cm): 100
  • Planting Period: Mar - Sep
  • Planting Position: Sunny
  • Potted: Y
  • A fabulous new addition to UK hardy patio shrubs, smothered with neon pink and lilac purple flowers throughout summer.
  • New breeding from Italy produced this new compact patio form at just 60-70cm tall and spread.
  • Very hardy to -15C or so, and yet flowers well in cooler UK climates too.
  • Highly attractive to bees, butterflies and other beneficial garden visitors.