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Lagerstroemia Indica

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Original price Rs. 90.00
Original price Rs. 90.00 - Original price Rs. 90.00
Original price Rs. 90.00
Current price Rs. 30.00
Rs. 30.00 - Rs. 30.00
Current price Rs. 30.00

Lagerstroemia indica, commonly known as Crape Myrtle or Crepe Myrtle, is a deciduous flowering shrub or small tree that belongs to the Lythraceae family. Native to parts of Asia, including India, China, and Korea, Crape Myrtle is widely cultivated in various regions for its stunning and long-lasting flower clusters. Here is a description of Lagerstroemia indica:

  1. Size and Shape: Lagerstroemia indica varies in size, depending on the specific variety and growing conditions. It typically ranges from 2 to 6 meters (6 to 20 feet) in height, with a spreading or vase-shaped canopy.

  2. Leaves: The leaves of Crape Myrtle are simple, opposite, and lance-shaped, with a smooth texture and glossy green color. In the fall, the leaves often change to shades of yellow, orange, and red before dropping.

  3. Flowers: One of the most striking features of Lagerstroemia indica is its abundant and showy flower clusters. The flowers are crepe-like in texture, with crinkled and ruffled petals, which is why it is often called "Crepe Myrtle." The blooms come in various colors, including shades of white, pink, red, and purple, and they appear from late spring to summer, adding vibrant colors to the landscape.

  4. Bark: The bark of Crape Myrtle is smooth and mottled, displaying shades of brown, gray, and cream. In the winter, the attractive bark provides visual interest when the plant is leafless.

  5. Fruits and Seeds: After flowering, Crape Myrtle develops small, round seed capsules that contain numerous tiny seeds. These capsules persist on the tree through the winter, adding another element of interest to the plant's appearance.

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