Vibrant purple blooms are paired with a grayish-brown bark that peels to display a pinkish undercoat. The low-maintenance twilight crepe myrtle reaches between 20 and 25 feet tall, though some landscapers choose to prune this crepe to a smaller-sized shrub or hedge. The crape myrtle company offers over 50 varieties of rare and difficult to propagate miniature, dwarf, medium and standard (tree) crape myrtles for sale. Get free shipping on qualified crepe myrtle trees or buy online pick up in store today in the outdoors department. Advanced trees, mature trees, tree nursery, ornamental trees, fruit trees, citrus, screening plants and shrubs. Lagerstroemia (crepe myrtles) the magnificent indian summer crepe myrtle (lagerstroemia) make an ideal choice as a flowering tree in the heat of australias mid- to late summer. Available in a multitude of flower colours, from white through to red, and in forms ranging from shrubs to trees, they also feature exfoliating bark that gives them ornamental value even during the dormant winter months. Crape myrtle trees (lagerstroemia indica and laegerstromeia fauriei) were native to asia, but seeds were brought to the united states at least 200 years ago. They have been naturalized in the united states, and have been beloved by homeowners for a long time. For many good reasons, crape myrtle trees, often spelled crepe mrytle or crapemyrtle, are staples in southern gardens and other regions where they will grow. Most of the varieties we offer will bloom for up to 100 days during summer. We carry the best of the fauriei hybrid indian crape myrtles and many other mildew resistant varieties. crepe myrtles range in size from dwarf selections that grow less than 3 feet tall to several that reach upwards of 30 feet. Knowing the mature height of a plant before you buy it and planting the proper size for the site will save you much heartache and backache in the future. Below you will find a selection of the best low growing dwarf crape myrtle shrubs, often spelled crepe myrtle, that grow under 5 feet in height and are ideal for use as specimens in small landscape spaces or in groupings or as hedges in larger landscape borders. Hello and thank you for visiting i grow over 20 varieties of crape myrtles and a few other plants. They are grown in quart containers and about a foot tall depending on the variety.