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#1 - Black Diamond® Lavender Lace™ Crape Myrtle Tree
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Black Diamond® Lavender Lace™ Crape Myrtle Tree

Lagerstroemia indica 'PP 27335'

Why Black Diamond® Lavender Lace™ Crape Myrtles?

Deep black foliage meets pastel purple blooms, making the Black Diamond® Lavender Lace™ an instant upgrade for your landscape.

  • Rich black foliage contrasts with huge purple blooms.
  • Resistant to mildew and drought, thriving on rainfall alone once established.
  • Huge blooms emerge as soon as the first season after planting.

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Black Diamond® Lavender Lace™ Crape Myrtle Tree Care

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Crapes are full sun lovers, so plant in an area with well-drained soil and 6 to 8 hours of sunlight daily.

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Though they are drought tolerant once established, you may have to water young trees more often, especially in the summer heat.



Will greatly benefit from a light application of a complete, balanced, slow-release fertilizer formula in the early spring and summer seasons.

Pastel Purple Flowers Against Deep Black Foliage

Why Black Diamond® Lavender Lace™ Crape Myrtles?

Deep black foliage meets pastel purple blooms, making the Black Diamond® Lavender Lace™ an instant upgrade for your landscape.

A newer introduction, the Lavender Lace gives you unbelievable contrast that's second to none. It's ideal for container gardens and flower beds, but it wows as a blooming hedge or focal point driveway border. From its manageable mature height, fit for nearly any garden space, to its vibrant impact, the Lavender Lace Crape makes an elegant statement.

Spring to fall, Lavender Lace delivers unmatched color. That means months of unparalleled good looks that will give you the best yard on the block. Plus, because the Black Diamond Lavender Crape is drought tolerant and resistant to mildew, it thrives on rainfall alone once established and won't require harsh sprays or chemicals to keep growing strong.

Why FastGrowingTrees.com is Better

You won’t find a healthier, better-developed purple Crape Myrtle. Local garden centers and big-box retailers rarely stock this variety, and if they do, the trees they offer are grown bare-root.

But when you order from Fast Growing Trees, you not only get this sought-after, vividly-blooming Crape Myrtle...you also get a healthy, full specimen that's grown and nurtured with care. Now, you reap the rewards of our hard work at the nursery with a tree that will upgrade your curb appeal almost instantly.

Fill your garden with the incomparable purple blooms and eye-popping black foliage of this one-of-a-kind variety. Order your Lavender Lace™ Crape Myrtle, before it's gone!

Full Planting & Care Instructions

Product Details

Mature Height:10-12 ft.
Mature Width:8 ft.
Sunlight:Full Sun
Growth Rate:Moderate
Botanical Name:Lagerstroemia indica 'PP 27335'
Does Not Ship To:AZ,OR
Grows Well In Zones:6-10 outdoors
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Growing Zones: 6-10 outdoors

(hardy down to 0℉)

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Based on 2 reviews


All Good Now

My initial plant failed after winter. But excellent customer service made it all right.

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Cross country

I live on the west coast and thought the trees would sent from this region. However they were sent from the east coast. Packaged for local shipping, they made it cross country a bit tattered. It looked like the tips were frozen or burnt, so I trimmed 4 inches off and replaced the lost soil. Started seeing new growth in a week or so. They all have recovered nicely. Maybe a larger size would have a better chance of remaining upright.

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