Sorry, this is an older post and I removed the free crape myrtle tree on craigslist.

I grow thousands of crape myrtles trees in quart containers and need to get rid of them ASAP or I’ll have to rep-pot them into bigger pots. That’s a pain…

Now is the perfect time to plant container trees!!

My crapes are 1-2 feet tall now depending on the variety and will grow an average of 3-5 feet per year. They will provide beautiful blooms all summer long and have an exfoliating bark that is just as attractive as their blooms. If you want a beautiful privacy fence, an attractive lining to your driveway, or color in your yard…crape myrtle trees are the perfect fit. Depending on the variety, you can plant these tree a few feet apart, plant in clusters, or simply plant a single tree as a colorful focal point in your yard.

Tuscarora

Mature Tuskegee Crape Myrtle Tree

Here’s what I’ve got in stock.. (Old Post – See main page for availabity) 
Natchez – White blooms, matures up to 35 feet
Tuscarora – Coral pink blooms, matures up to 25 feet
Muskogee – Lavender blooms, matures up to 25 feet
Country Red – Red blooms, matures up to 20 feet
Catawba – Purple blooms, matures up to 20 feet
Dynamite – Deep Red blooms, matures up to 20 feet
Burgundy Cotton – White blooms, matures up to 15 feet
Dwarf Victor – Deep Red blooms, matures up to 8 feet
Dwarf Snow Baby – White blooms, matures up to 5 feet

Always adding other varieties…check with me if you are looking for something else.

I grow and sell these from home, so you’ll need to call, text, or email me to arrange a time to pick up.

I’ve also figured out how to ship them if you’d rather them delivered to your door. I ship in packs 4, 6, 9, 12 or 16.   Crapes are $6 plus just under $20 per box to ship.
Call, Text, or Reply. If you don’t get me, I will reply back to you within a few minutes..
(972)-935-2968

Thanks,
Clint

 

Order a few crapes today