This this is the single trunk tree form version of the 'Natchez' Crape Myrtle, a year round color factory and perhaps the most colorful, attractive of all Crape Myrtle trees. For up to 120 days of summer this magnificent tree produces large 12 to 16-inch long clusters of pure white flowers at the ends of long, arching branches that form a wide, umbrella-shape canopy. It has the largest and darkest green leaves of any crape myrtle that provide a nice backdrop for the flowers and turn to colorful shades of gold and yellow during the fall. But perhaps one of the most unique and outstanding characteristic is the cinnamon-red bark, which provides captivating color in the landscape during the winter months and even throughout the rest of the year. When in bloom, the white flowers, deep green leaves and orange-red bark is truly a sight to behold. What's more, Natchez is a totally mildew resistant Fauriei Hybrid. Get all the details below!