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Southern Living Plant Collection 2 Gal. Delta Moonlight Crape Myrtle
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Southern Living Plant Collection

2 Gal. Delta Moonlight Crape Myrtle

  • Showy White flower clusters in Summer
  • Not guaranteed to be in bloom on arrival
  • Ships Dormant in Winter
$37.98 /each

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Delta Moonlight’s blooms contrast vividly with its unique dark burgundy, cupped leaves. This versatile small tree is a stunning garden accent. Delta Moonlight grows vigorously, producing stunning plethora of blooms.

  • Mature size 8 ft. tall x 4 ft. wide
  • Adapts to many soil types
  • Full sun-part shade
  • Very low maintenance once plant is established
  • Fertilize in spring with slow-release granular fertilizer

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I had a white crepe mertyl planted 01/08/16 - when should I start ferilizing? Do I water this plant also? It's six foot tall and fragile looking.

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This is the first time that I have had a tree this young and I do not want to do anything to harm it!
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January 11, 2016
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Juan, You do not want to fertilize your Crape Myrtle in the middle of winter, wait until you start to see some growth in spring before you apply some fertilizer(I recommend a slow-release granular fertilizer). As far as watering just make sure your new plant does not dry out excessively by watering well at least once a week while your plant is dormant in winter. If you get rain, do not worry about Read More
Juan, You do not want to fertilize your Crape Myrtle in the middle of winter, wait until you start to see some growth in spring before you apply some fertilizer(I recommend a slow-release granular fertilizer). As far as watering just make sure your new plant does not dry out excessively by watering well at least once a week while your plant is dormant in winter. If you get rain, do not worry about watering your plant. When spring rolls around you need to make sure you water at least once a week or twice a week during dry periods at least for the first year while your new plant is getting established.
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