Name: Crape Myrtle ‘Natchez’ (White Flowers)
Plant Type: tree
Light: full sun
Salt: moderately salt tolerant
Deer: do not usually eat
Notes: One the largest growing, most majestic of the Crape Myrtles. Natchez grows upright with a wide spreading canopy and blooms with an abundance of white flowers. Goes dormant in winter letting the warm sun shine through making it a good energy conserving tree. The bark on Natchez will exfoliate in cinamon colored blotches making a beautiful winter siloutte. Fertilize mid February with 6-8-10 slow release bloomer. Trees bloom from May-June.