One of three varieties of re-blooming dwarf Crape Myrtles, the Early Bird Purple Crape Myrtle variety brings a rich plum-violet to the table that never ceases to impress. This Purple Crape Myrtle will bloom repeatedly, reaching 100-120 days of brilliant showstopper blooms. The royal purple flowers are given unique dimension by the deep green leaves that make up the body of this stunning plant. This emerald foliage provides an ideal background to frame the grape-like clusters of flowers. Early Bird Crape Myrtles are semi-dwarf varieties that will only get to be about 5-8 ft tall, and 3-4 ft wide, making them ideal as hedge plants, accents, or for container gardening. Plant in full sun or part shade, and watch as this Early Bird Crape Myrtle turns heads in your yard for seasons to come.
Spacing Your Early Bird Purple Crapemyrtle
For a seamless planting, plant your Early Bird Purple Crapemyrtle 3 feet apart. Early Bird Purple Crapemyrtle grow best when spaced at their mature size which would be 4-5+ feet apart.