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Crepe myrtle 'Black diamond'


Black diamond is a variety of Crepe myrtle which is a member of the Lagerstroemia family. Its botanical name is Lagerstroemia 'Black diamond'.

Black Diamond Crape myrtles are a new, spectacular series of crape myrtles with beautiful black leaves and bright blooms. There are five varieties in this series. The flower colors are best red, crimson red, blush, pure white and red hot.

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How to grow Crepe myrtle 'Black diamond'

  • Full Sun


Growing Black diamond from seed

Transplanting Black diamond

Harvesting Black diamond

Crepe myrtle 'Black diamond' information

How long does Black diamond take to grow?

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Other Names for Crepe myrtle 'Black diamond'

Crape Myrtle


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