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Lagerstroemia Indica Acoma Crepe Myrtle

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pot size: 33cm
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Indian Summer Crepe Myrtle ‘Acoma’ is one of the popular crepe myrtle flowering tree. It has snow white flower during the summer and beautiful looking bark during winter season.
'Indian Summer';This tough, powdery mildew resistant cultivar is of great ornamental value for its abundant white flowers and attractive bark and foliage. Excellent as a specimen for small gardens or for growing in containers.Young leaves tinged strongly with bronze. Mature dark green lustrous leaves turning dark purplish-red in autumn.  Pure white flowers with prominent gold anthers borne in panicles to 18 cm long and 12 cm wide. Summer to early autumn. Pruning in winter will encourage the production of larger flower heads the following summer. Grows to a height of 3m & width of 3m.
Lagerstroemia indica 'Acoma', commonly known as Crepe Myrtle 'Acoma', is a small tree or large shrub with attractive white flowers that bloom in the summer. The flowers are produced in large clusters at the ends of the branches and have a crinkled, crepe-paper-like texture, hence the common name "crepe myrtle".
Crepe myrtles, including 'Acoma', prefer a sunny location and well-drained soil. They are generally easy to care for and are relatively drought-tolerant once established. Pruning can be done in late winter or early spring to promote a more compact growth habit and encourage flower production.
'Acoma' is a popular cultivar of crepe myrtle and is often used in small gardens or as a specimen plant. Its small size and attractive blooms make it a great choice for planting near patios or walkways. The plant is also disease-resistant and low-maintenance, making it a great addition to any landscape

Crepe Myrtle ‘Acoma’ is available from Online Plants, Australia's leading e-commerce plant nursery. Located in Melbourne we offer fast, accurate and careful plant delivery to all Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra and Brisbane, metropolitan and regional areas.