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Lagerstroemia 'Neige d'été'

Lagerstroemia indica, crepe myrtle, crape myrtle, Neige d'été '- summer snow in flower form

Lagerstroemia 'Neige d'été'


Article number: 2201387


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Product information "Lagerstroemia 'Neige d'été'"

For me, the sight of Lagerstroemias is inevitably associated with holidays, which seem to be very popular with designers of hotels, holiday resorts and public parks in southern Europe. But even here you do not have to do without the sight of Lagerstroemias because they can also be planted in our region! Lagerstroemia 'Neige d`été' has something winter-like in its name – 'Neige' means “snow” in French – but it radiates summer holidays moods in the garden. The snow in this case probably means the abundance of flowers; during the flowering period from July to September, the plant almost disappears under the "snow". Due to the wavy petals and the clusters, in which the flowers stand together, the appearance of large snowballs is enhanced. In autumn, the foliage turns bronze-coloured. With a height of 3 m and a width of 2 m, the final size of this ornamental shrub is reached, but due to the regular pruning the size settles more at a height of 2 m and a width of 1 m.
Full sun is desired
As a plant from the southern climates Lagerstroemia indica 'Neige d`été' absolutely loves warmth and the sun. The caring gardener therefore plants this plant best in a location with full sun, as it needs sun from morning to evening! Ideally planted against a wall, Lagerstroemia 'Neige d`été' can quickly warm up and get the energy it needs in order to create a lush bloom.
Site requirements and hardiness of Lagerstoemia  'Neige d'été'
The soil is preferably alkaline and well supplied with water, but should not be subject to waterlogging. In the winter, temperatures down to -15°C are not a problem; with young plants and at lower temperatures, the root zone of Lagerstroemia indica 'Neige d`été' can be covered with a protective layer of straw.
Pruning Lagerstoemias
To stimulate the flowering, pruning in the spring is recommended. The plant can be cut back to 3-5 buds. This has the side effect that any frost-damaged shoots can also be removed. Lagerstoemias in our climate are preferably cut back every year – they are comparable to Buddleja.
Short description of Lagerstroemia indica 'Neige d`été'

Growth: Upright, broad, bushy
Final size: 2 m high and 1 m wide
Flowers: White, July to September
Leaves: Green
Use: As a solitary plant, in small groups, containers
  • Flowering Period July, August, September
  • Final height 160cm to 180cm
  • Final width 140cm to 160cm
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
  • Autumn Colouration shades of red and yellow
  • Use for containers, for group plantings, as a specimen plant
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil dry, moderately heavy, light, slightly alkaline, neutral, slightly acidic
  • Location full sun
  • Flower Colour white
  • Leaf Colour green

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