- The Peppermint Pink Crepe Myrtle is a beautiful plant that is loved for its unique and beautiful blooms. These small plants rarely grow over seven feet when fully grown, making them a tiny tree.
Peppermint Pink Crepe Myrtle has thick green leaves that have a light bronze color to them in the spring and finish in the fall with red or orange color.
These trees bloom in the springtime months and will start to halt blooming in the late summer or early autumn months, or whenever it begins getting cold again. These blooms are known for their beautiful pink color that is a sort of peppermint color and paper look. The blooms also have a small amount of white along their edges. These flowers come in clusters and are big attractants for bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. This plant grows multiple little trunks from a large base and grows thick, and this makes it good for a fence or border plant, as well as a centerpiece. This tree is used mostly in gardening in the southern states but can grow in northern states. This tree survives ice, snow, and wind damage rather well. This plant grows best where the soils remain moist and are fertile. This tree also needs full sunlight but can live in small amounts of shade. It is rather quick growing tree, and it can be known to grow up to four feet per year when it is in good growing conditions. This tree is low maintenance and is good to grow in small places.
Climate Zone: 7 to 9 Mature Height: 4 to 7 Feet Mature Width: 3 to 5 Feet Sunlight: Prefers Full Sunlight to Partial Shade Soil Conditions: Prefers moist, well drained, fertile soils
Peppermint Pink Crepe Myrtle Ships As: Bareroot Plant