More about Holly Lane Crape Myrtle...
The Holly Lane Crape Myrtle produces an abundance of large, vibrant red flower clusters for up to 100 days during summer in your landscape. It has an upright habit growing from 8-12 feet tall depending on pruning, and a rounded canopy from 6-8 feet wide. The smaller size makes it a pefect selection for using closer to the home as a tree form focal point. The dark green leaves turn to orange and red in fall.
Holly Lane Crape Myrtle is useful as a stand alone specimen, in groupings for a bigger splash of color, or in rows in landscape beds, medians, or foundation plantings. Can also be useful for espalier: trained to grow flat against an open wall.
If real bright red is your color, Holly Lane is surely a must-have plant for your garden!