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The '''''Acoma Crape Myrtle''''' is a hybrid variety of the ''Lagerstroemia'', most frequently known by its common name ''The Crape'' or ''Crepe Myrtle''. This particular variety only attains a height up to ten feet or so and is frequently reported as staying small in size and being more shrub-like instead of appearing like a tree.
The '''''Acoma Crape Myrtle''''' is a hybrid variety of the ''Lagerstroemia'', most frequently known by its common name ''The Crape'' or ''Crepe Myrtle''. This particular variety only attains a height up to ten feet or so and is frequently reported as staying small in size and being more shrub-like instead of appearing like a [[tree]].


These plants are a great option for planting in urban or suburban environments. Its small size makes it an ideal option for gardens or lawns, or it can be used as part of a commercial landscaping plan. In addition, this cultivar demonstrates greater resistance to powerdy mildrew - a frequent problem with some ''Crape Myrtle'' trees.
These plants are a great option for planting in urban or suburban environments. Its small size makes it an ideal option for gardens or lawns, or it can be used as part of a commercial landscaping plan. In addition, this cultivar demonstrates greater resistance to powerdy mildrew - a frequent problem with some ''Crape Myrtle'' trees.

Latest revision as of 14:39, 19 January 2022

The Acoma Crape Myrtle is a hybrid variety of the Lagerstroemia, most frequently known by its common name The Crape or Crepe Myrtle. This particular variety only attains a height up to ten feet or so and is frequently reported as staying small in size and being more shrub-like instead of appearing like a tree.

These plants are a great option for planting in urban or suburban environments. Its small size makes it an ideal option for gardens or lawns, or it can be used as part of a commercial landscaping plan. In addition, this cultivar demonstrates greater resistance to powerdy mildrew - a frequent problem with some Crape Myrtle trees.

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