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    Sioux Crape Myrtle for Sale

    Sioux Crape Myrtle for Sale

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Sioux Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia x 'Sioux'

$59.95 (25% Off)

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-t- Planting Mix
Sioux Crape Myrtle Planting Mix

Helps your Sioux Crape Myrtle get established in a fraction of the time, become more drought tolerant, and grow faster. Here's how:

Beneficial Bacteria... It's like a Probiotic for your tree... creating an explosion of fine hair roots that vastly improves nutrient and water uptake.

Course Organic Compost... loosens and improves all types of soils while promoting proper pH levels. You get better drainage and moisture retention.

Microbial Fertilizers... including Sea Kelp, Yucca, and 100 other elements proven to gently feed your tree without burning the roots.

Use 1 bag of Planting Mix for each plant ordered.

Soil Contents
-t- Root Rocket™ Fertilizer
Root Rocket™ Transplant Fertilizer

2oz. Packet

Get your new plants off to the right start by using Root Rocket™ Transplant.

This soil amendment contains 16 strains of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria and Horta-Sorb® water management gel.

Simply sprinkle the product into the planting hole adjacent to the root ball when planting.

The organisms will start to work right away supplying the roots with much needed nutrition.

The specially formulated Horta-Sorb® will reduce transplant stress and aid in water retention.

1 packet per plant

Root Rocket Fertilizer
-t- Planket™ - Frost & Cold Protection
PLanket 10-20 ft.

Protect your sensitive plants and shrubs with the Planket™

Benefits include:

  1. Lightweight fabric allows your plants to breather while also protecting them from the frost and cold winds.

  2. 6ft. round size makes it easy to protect sensitive container plants.

Add A Decorative Pot

Growing Zones: 6-10 outdoors
(hardy down to 0℉)

Growing Zones 6-10 outdoors
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

13-20 ft.

Mature Width:

8-12 ft.


Full Sun, Partial Sun


3-5 ft.

Growth Rate:


Drought Tolerance:


Botanical Name:

Lagerstroemia x 'Sioux'

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Vibrant Pink Blooms From Summer to Fall

With cold hardy Sioux Crape Myrtles your landscape will never have to be without color, especially in the summer when their dark pink flowers enter a continuous blooming cycle that lasts into the fall.

By being cold tolerant to growing zone 6 and with the ability to thrive under heavy layers of ice and snow, the Sioux Crape Myrtle brings its pink blooms farther north than other crape myrtle varieties. 

You will be able to enjoy fragrant pink blooms for months. The flowers bloom in large clusters and have an attractive color that your family and neighbors will enjoy.

Sioux Crape Myrtles have very dark green leaves that create a radiant show of contrasting colors.  Then in the fall the leaves turn unique shades of purple and red. They glow in the landscape with vivid hues that the members of your neighborhood have most likely never seen before.

Everything about the Sioux Crape Myrtle is colorful, even the bark. The older brown bark peels away to reveal bright beige bark underneath. The older and younger barks intertwine on the trunk together to create a marbled look.

Sioux Crape Myrtles aren’t too big, or too small. They’re just right, by only reaching heights of 13 to 20 feet. They will fit perfectly in your landscape even if your space is limited, even under utility lines.

Their narrow vase shaped growth habit combined with their multiple trunks gives them an ornamental appeal as an accent tree or the focal point in the landscape. If planted in rows their dense foliage will fit in to create a living privacy screen, perfect from blocking your neighbor’s view of your home.

Sioux Crape Myrtles are one of the toughest varieties available. Along with the ability to survive freezing temperatures they are also drought and heat tolerant. They also have a high level of resistance against pests and diseases.

Not even poor soil can stop the Sioux Crape Myrtle from flourishing with tons of color and over 100 days of blooms.

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Customer Reviews

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Nice Plant
Just got it so can't say anything other than arrived safe and sound, plant it and in a week's time is already growing and you see the flower buds coming!
May 28, 2016
Homestead, FL
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
My new crape myrtle
I received the largest version of this tree about three weeks ago. It came well planted and protected, was as advertised in size and has some new shoots on it. Overall I am very pleased with it. I look forward to watching it grow and bloom in the future. In my garden it is part of a semi-ring of four crape myrtles of different colors and sizes.
July 24, 2016
Ojai, CA
1 year ago
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Love Crepe Myrtles
Can't say much on the growth of the tree since I just received it safe and sound a couple weeks ago and have planted it. I have three other crepe myrtles, so I'm excited to watch this one grow also.
July 1, 2016
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
Sioux Crape Myrte
Planted two last Winter. We had an extreme early Spring freeze, both trees survived, are growing, and look great.
May 9, 2017
11 months ago
Ok tree
Received a 4' Sioux crape myrtle along with a blaze maple tree (essentially a skinny stick) in a very small box. The Sioux is starting to flower it's pink flowers.
Bought another myrtle at a local nursery that was cheaper and a lot taller.
August 7, 2016
Vancouver, WA
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
First time purchase
I received the plant in great condition, I ordered a 1 to 2 foot tree and received a 3 foot tree, that was a nice surprise. I live in Connecticut and I hope this tree will last the winter. It was planted early August With plenty of sun light.
Sioux Crape Myrtle
Sioux Crape Myrtle
August 9, 2017
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Thanks for that beautiful plant.
Am jay live in Detroit, MI. I love all Crape Myrtles more than any others plants. I bought all the ones that are good for Zone 6. Sioux Crape Myrtle I bought it this spring it came in a great shape and the same size that I ordered. I followed all planting instructions. The plant was in a dormant period of 4 weeks and now I see new growth started. I chose a sunny place and the space suppose to get. I will do everything possible to make my Crape Myrtles live. Cuz I live in a very cold area during winter.
June 18, 2017
8 months ago
Growing Zone:
Best tree ever!! It arrived in great condition and with new growth leaves. I planted it and it grew more leaves within two weeks! Have had it do a month now and no one can believe it came in the mail in a box. Can't wait to see it bloom this summer!
May 6, 2017
10 months ago
Growing Zone:
Doing Alright
When I got my Crape Myrtle, it was about 4 ft high as promised, but the roots weren't that developed. I planted it at the peak of summer (90 degrees) and needed to water it 1 gallon every day for the first two weeks to keep it hydrated, or else it would start wilting by the end of the day. I eventually put a small canopy tent over the tree to shield it from direct sunlight, while still allowing plenty of diffuse light to come in through the sides. That seemed to drastically help. The tree is doing okay now and only needs water 1-2 times a week and flowered after the first month. I recommend planting in Spring if you can help it.
August 17, 2017
6 months ago
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Nice Tree
The tree came healthy and well packaged. I'm looking forward to seeing it bloom.
May 14, 2017
10 months ago
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Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Sioux Crape Myrtle

Sioux Crape Myrtle Planting Diretions

Sioux crape myrtles (Lagerstroemia x Sioux) are a flowering ornamental that can tolerate a wide range of soil types and climates. These crape myrtles can tolerate more cold temperatures than other types of crapes, bringing longer periods of summer blooms further north from zones 6-10. With a beautiful array of dark pink blooms, this tree will be a welcome addition to any environment.
Sioux crapes are great for small spaces like parking lots and small lawns. They’re a medium sized tree that reaches 15-20 feet tall, 10-15 feet wide and can be trained into a single trunk tree or a multi-trunked tree. Once established, these trees are fast growers, growing as much as 3-4 feet a year.


Choosing a location: Crapes are FULL SUN lovers so try and find a spot where they will get as much sun as possible. Without the proper exposure your blooming will be substantially reduced or it may not bloom at all. The Tuscarora is very adaptable to many soil types so just be sure that the area you’re looking to plant has adequate drainage when watering.

Planting directions:
1) After you have found your planting area, make your hole twice as wide as the root ball and just as deep.
2) Carefully remove the myrtle’s root ball from the container. Lightly tapping the container around the bottom will help free it up without causing too much damage to the root system.
3) Lightly comb your hands over the root ball to free up the roots a bit before planting.
4) Place your tree in the hole and make sure that the root crown (where the root ball meets the trunk(s) of the tree) is level with the soil surface. Crapes need to be able to pull oxygen into their root systems so covering them too much may inhibit their growth.
5) Tamp down the soil lightly as you backfill the hole to prevent air pockets from forming and then water after you’ve finished to settle the soil.
6) Mulch the area around the tree to conserve water moisture and deter competing weeds and grasses from growing.

Watering: Myrtles are quite drought tolerant but may need a bit more attention with watering during the hot summer season. Depending on your soil, there may need to be more frequent waterings, especially those with very sandy soils. After planting, water regularly to start. If the climate is hot you may need to water up to five times weekly especially in lighter soils. During the cooler seasons you’ll only need to water once weekly. Proper soil moisture is important in the hot season so that you’ll have a healthier tree and better looking blooms.

Pruning: Crape pruning is always a “mixed bag” if asking anyone when and how to prune. “Crape murder” is a common term heard with those who go far beyond what is necessary when trimming their myrtles. Prune in the late winter before any of the growth begins. If done in the late fall you will jeopardize the tree’s dormancy state which can lead to the tree dying. Sterilize your cutting tools with rubbing alcohol to ensure no pathogens infect the tree and always make your cuts at a 45 degree angle.

Some prefer to chop off all of the branches at a uniformed height every year leaving the stubs for the winter season that form a ball of growth in the springtime. This is good for height control and a uniformed border but can commonly result in knobby stems and bunchy growths that are easily susceptible to disease and aphid pests. This is where the term “crape murder” comes into play. Only a light pruning of the myrtle is needed to encourage plenty of blooms but “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” when it comes to choosing the shape of your crapes.

For a more graceful tree shape, remove all but 4-5 strong trunks and then remove the lateral branches around the bottom ½ of the tree. To encourage branching, make your cuts on the longer, leggy limbs. Try not to over prune too early, do your basic pruning then allow the tree to grow a bit and then continue shaping over time. Remove any damaged, diseased, or crossing branches during the late winter. Also be sure to remove any suckers or low growths to prevent your crape from looking more shrub-like.

Fertilizing: Your Tuscarora Crape will greatly benefit from an annual feeding of a high nitrogen fertilizer such as a 20-10-10 slow release formula in the early spring season. If you care to fertilize twice, feed the tree again roughly two months later. Slow release fertilizer will cut back on sucker growths but be aware, excessive fertilizing can lead to tree and limb growth but will inhibit the blooms from forming due to excess amounts of nitrogen.

Planting & Care

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this? Store
color and full grown size
Kris S on Jan 8, 2018
I wanted a large flowering tree to cover neighbor’s window.
Lizzzie on Oct 2, 2017
color and full grown size
Kris S on Jan 8, 2018
Beautiful, all year flowers, perfect spot for it.
Cara H on Oct 3, 2017
I wanted a large flowering tree to cover neighbor’s window.
Lizzzie on Oct 2, 2017
I grew up with Crape Myrtles around the house so I purchased two so they could remind me of my childhood and my mother.
Alexis E on Sep 14, 2017
Timothy M on Sep 12, 2017
Good looking tree, needed something fast growing that wasn't too tall because of overhead wires.
"" " on Aug 10, 2017
saw this tree when vacationing in Georgia and fell in love
Katie H on Aug 2, 2017
the colors
Thomas K on Jul 25, 2017
Have always admired crape myrtle trees when I have been in the South - liked that this variety will grow in zone 6.
Kathleen W on Jul 25, 2017
will look great along a split rail fence
Dane H on Jul 25, 2017
Doesn't grow as high as most crape myrtles, like the color of the flowers, was not as expensive as some other myrtles.
Patty H on Jul 16, 2017
Hardiness and color
Patricia M on Jul 4, 2017
Loved that it was a flowering tree. We have a very small lot and the size of the tree will fit perfectly in our yard.
Julie K on Jun 26, 2017
I have ordered before and love them. They grew and flowered in less than 2 seasons!
ROSEMARY L on May 30, 2017
for the colour it provides all year
SONDRA D on May 20, 2017
Senay P on May 19, 2017
Fast growing
Shannon c on May 16, 2017
Took down a big pine tree which left the front of our house looking to exposed. This tree fit our "want list" in every way and we are looking forward to how it will add curb appeal to our home.
Kate H on May 12, 2017
It was hardy in my zone and I wanted long lasting blooms.
carol b on May 8, 2017
Liked the color and size-
Vicky S on Apr 4, 2017
Love the Myrtle tress when we vacation in South Carolina and just wanted a touch of that at home!
Robin W on Mar 25, 2017
I love the color & size of this tree. Love how long it stays in bloom.
Susan S on Mar 23, 2017
I chose this because I am looking for a pretty way to obtain privacy from my neighbor in the adjacent yard. Fencing is too expensive to be an option right now so I have been researching landscaping options. Since my yard lacks flowers in the Fall, I thought these trees which bloom Summer-Fall would be perfect. Fingers crossed!
Jennifer B on Mar 1, 2017
its beauty
marcy mahoney a on Feb 19, 2017
I chose this because of the beautiful color and the size of the tree.
Raquel M on Feb 15, 2017
Cold and ice hardy for N GA
Zay R on Jan 28, 2017
Something I can not find at the local nurseries!
Matthew L on Jan 23, 2017
Pretty colorand ideal height for the space available
Susan W on Jan 21, 2017
Drought resistance and blooms for 100 days
Rochelle V on Jan 16, 2017
We wanted tall flowering trees to line our driveway and these will be perfect!
Ian S on Jan 7, 2017
It is a good tree to have near streets and sidewalks. I have a small plot of land between the sidewalk and the street that I am going to put the crape myrtles.
Kristen S on Dec 10, 2016
Growing range, color and mature size.
Susan S on Nov 1, 2016
Because of it's color and bark and it should grow well in Malibu
Inez M on Oct 27, 2016
Color and growing zone
Joshua M on Oct 25, 2016
Beautiful flowers adding color to the yard. Attractive to birds and bees.
Darren W on Oct 14, 2016
color and size
Sue V on Sep 18, 2016
Beautiful colors
Carol W on Sep 7, 2016
Even when these are only a few feet tall when first planted they are beautiful and in a month or two are full of blooms and for such a short time has grown larger.
albert m on Aug 16, 2016
size and color
Jeffrey L on Aug 5, 2016
We love Crape Myrtles and this variety is one of the hardiest, which we are hoping will do well in Connecticut
Lauren C on Aug 1, 2016
KEVIN R on Jul 29, 2016
It looked beautiful and sounded easy to grow.
Janice B on Jul 27, 2016
Same as above.
Edward G on Jul 23, 2016
Beautiful color.
Enying Y on Jul 21, 2016
Like Crape Myrtle and this one sounded hardy.
Caroline L on Jul 14, 2016
Crape Myrtles are gorgeous to look at!
Amy M on Jul 13, 2016
I recently had a large tree removed from in front of my house. It was to big for the space and intrusive but it did block alot of the sun. I thought this myrtle would be perfect to hold back some of the sun.
John R on Jul 12, 2016
Drought resistant with a bouquet of color.
Daniel H on Jul 12, 2016
I have seem them at full height and bloom. They are spectacular and exactly what I was looking for the property we have at the school. I especially like that it blooms for such a long duration.
Custodian/Matthew F on Jul 8, 2016
It's a beautiful, compact tree... It's great for landscaping & bring so much color to your yard!
Donna W on Jun 28, 2016
Beautiful, all year flowers, perfect spot for it.
Cara H on Oct 3, 2017
I grew up with Crape Myrtles around the house so I purchased two so they could remind me of my childhood and my mother.
Alexis E on Sep 14, 2017
Wanted pink velour. Live in zone 6 and website says 7 is lowest. Want a crape myrtle about 10 ft. Can the Sioux be maintained at that height?
Pat M on May 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can keep it pruned to your desired height.
When is the best time to plant? I live in zone 6 and am not sure if summer is a good time to plant.
Sharon W on Jul 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm not familiar with the climate in zone 6. I live in a zone 9 semi-desert. I can expect triple digit temps now and then through September. I therefore plan to plant in the fall, but here freezing temps are rare. Obviously, you need to check with more local authorities, but I'm guessing without brutally high temps until fall planting now will give your plants a chance to establish themselves before it starts snowing and give them a head start next spring.
The Sioux CM says spacing of only 3-5Ft? I want to plant 4 in a row, is that correct between each tree?
frank M on Oct 8, 2017
I live in New 7. It is December and there is no way I can forsee the type of weather we will have. Our ground freezes in winter. Will it be safe to plant the C.M. in December. Would it be better to plant in a container and protect with your 6 and/or 8 foot covers and transplant when we are defrosted?????
Melissa on Dec 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Planting in fall/winter/early spring, while they are in their dormant stage helps them get their roots, established without having to give nutrients to the rest of the tree. Also, with extra care you can plant in the summer, by planting in the evening after the sun goes down, so it will not get leaf burn. Giving it extra water and putting a 3-4 inch of mulch (keeping a few inches away from the trunk) to help retain moisture during hot dry weather.
Does Crepe Myrtle trees attract ants?
Erin L on Jan 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have not seen ants on crepe myrtles, and I have 2 growing next a very xeric/desert garden where ants can thrive do to the soil conditions needed for cacti and yuccas, etc. I do have an ant program of diatomatious earth to control ants. That could easily be used around crepe myrtles if you have an ant problem.
I am in South Florida. Will the tree lose its leaves in the winter?
Margarita D on Nov 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Margarita, I am in Boston and my tree is losing it leaves, I don't know about South Florida since the climate is much warmer in the winter.
Will theses grow in clay like soil?
Jennifer E on Nov 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Clay soil will harden in droughts. The amount of clay is important, but if mixed with potting soil in a 50/50 mix it should be ok!!
Would the Sioux Crape Myrtle do well as a tree for a planter ?
Matt C on Sep 30, 2017

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