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Crape Myrtles are America's most
versatile Long Blooming Perennial
Go to Shopping Cart to buy Crape Myrtles. Wholesale direct, UPS to customer pricing, middlemen eliminated. In the Crape Myrtle Business 38 years. Certified all 50 states. 1 to 4 plants(you may mix and match) $19.95 each 5 to 14 plants $14.95 each Over 15 plants $10.95 each UPS shipping on all orders $24.95.
3 Ways to order from us:
1) by Shopping Cart - click the Shopping Cart icon to the left and it will take you to a page that has a link on it to our Shopping Cart(our Shopping Cart has a lot of beautiful Crape Myrtle pictures too)
2) Phone - 352-486-6922 or 352-486-5722 (FAX is 352-486-5722)
3) Mail - click Ordering Plants icon below left and print out order form and mail to us
Click Picture to enlarge, all Tree and Miniature varieties are available for sale in the ShoppingCart.
Welcome to Crape Myrtle Farms Your Shopping Cart, Phone(352-486-6922, 352-486-5722) or Mail Order Source for All sizes of Crape Myrtles including Trees, Dwarfs and our own Patented Miniatures.
Trees are usually 3'-4'-5' feet tall when shipped depending on Variety ordered. Miniatures are about 1 foot tall when shipped but remember they're NEW, Patented Mini Crapes!
Why pay $50.00 or more for a Crape Myrtle tree when our trees grow 6-8 feet or more a year easily!
Our President and Florida's 1st Horticulturist/Attorney, David Chopin, is featured in an article in the University of Florida's Levin College of Law prestigious annual journal "UFLAW". Mr Chopin is also the Inventor and holds the U.S. Patents to the Miniature Crape Myrtles and is a graduate of LSU HOrticulture.
Please consider our popular License-Franchise Program to make money now in your own Nursery Business selling America's Newest, Most Popular plant--the wonderful Crape Myrtles!
If you would like a free copy of our popular Crape Myrtle Notebook keep reading to see how you can order it absolutely free by post office mail.
About our company
We are the # 1 growers of Crape Myrtles in the United States. We have been in business over 25 years. We specialize in Crape Myrtles and have more Crape Myrtle Patents than any other nursery in the U.S.
Visit our other animated, loaded with pictures Website. www.crapemyrtles.com (click to visit) is the number one Crape Myrtle Website in the world according to statistics compiled by Google, Yahoo, AOL, and MSN.
Most important, our prices, for our 3-4 foot tall trees are the best prices you will find anywhere in the U.S. We know this because customers in all 50 states eMail us and tell us.
Why would you buy your Crapes from a nursery that has Crape Myrtles as a sideline out back next to the mums and dogwoods when you can buy from the Crape Myrtle Experts----we grow only Crape Myrtles!
When you place an order by mail or phone we ship back to you in less than a week using UPS at $24.95. We ship throughout the entire U.S. daily.
First of all note that "Crape Myrtle" is
commonly spelled many different ways:
Our E-Mail Address is: email@example.com
Phone: 352-486-6922 or
Visit our other Crape Myrtle Web Sites. We try to make each of our Web Sites different, educational, and fun. Make sure you visit our animated, original site www.crapemyrtles.com (click here to go there) Its loaded with pictures too!
For a copy of our popular Crape Myrtle Notebook, scroll down until you find the "rocking eMail"
Did you know Crape Myrtles can be grown in all 50 states and most foreign countries?
In the last 5 years there were over 2 dozen new Varieties of Crape Myrtle Trees, Dwarf Crepes and Miniature Crapes introduced into the United States from Major Breeding and Hybridization Programs in Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, California, North Carolina, and Washington,DC.
They can be grown as 40' Trees or novelty 8" Miniatures and varieties are cold hardy to -15F below zero and even colder!
In Canada and far Northern States, the New Miniatures can be grown in pots or hanging baskets during the Spring, Summer, and Fall then, in December, moved to a sunny window or basement to overwinter.
How many plants did you plant this summer that died at the end of summer or with the 1st frost? Not Crape Myrtles, they're woody perennials that come back year after year and crape myrtles bloom from early May to late October.
Crape Myrtles are not related to the Myrtle Plants many of you are familiar with. The "Myrtle Plant" usually refers to a Groundcover Plant.
Crape Myrtles refer to Woody, Perennial Trees, Shrubs and Miniatures that are commonly seen from Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey moving south across Tennessee, Kentucky, and the Carolinas, continuing to Florida, and all the way across the United States to Texas, California, Oklahoma and as far north as Oregon and Washington State.
The Crape Myrtle is one of the most versatile plants you can grow.
The Crape Myrtle variety 'Delta Blush' photo seen below is of a crape myrtle flower cluster. Do you think the crape myrtle flowers look delicate?
Take Farmer Bob's Advice
"plant crape myrtles now"