Is there a drought-resistant CRAPEMYRTLE for a slope?

Is there a drought-resistant CRAPEMYRTLE for a slope?

Good question!

How steep is your slope? I’m not certain that I would be a larger maturing shrub on a steep slope. You might try a smaller maturing one such as Midnight Magic. It grows to 4-6’ x 4-6’. Keep in mind that crape myrtles need a year or two with adequate moisture to get established. Once established, they will still need watering from time.

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- Amy

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