Lagerstroemia indica FUCHSIA D'ETE 'Indyfus'

The fuchsia coloured lilac of the INDIYA CHARMS® range

The young red shoots make room for big shiny leaves, purple green to bronze, depending on the conditions. The early flowers bloom as very thick fuchsia coloured, nearly red thyrses.
BRAISE D'ÉTÉ®, CAMAÏEU D'ÉTÉ®, FUCHSIA D'ÉTÉ® and VIOLET D'ÉTÉ® are the four varieties of the INDIYA CHARMS® range of our program. They offer pretty shades of mauve, violet, pink and red, adding bright summer colours to shrub borders and mixed hedges.
Stem-grafted, in pots or in the ground, they decorate any entrance, terrace or, more traditionally, can be planted in a row.
They can also be trained along a south facing wall.

Position : sunny sunny

Hardiness : hardy (-15°C) hardy (-15°C)

Foliage : deciduous deciduous

Seasons of interest : autumn autumn

 
Plant details
Width
2,00 m
Height
3,00 /4,00 m
Position
sunny
Habit
shrubby
Hardiness
hardy (-15°C)
Resistance
resistance to powdery mildew
Foliage
deciduous
Foliage colour
vert,couleurs d'automne
Flowering period
summer
Flowering colour
rose,rouge
Selected by :

LAGERSTROEMIA sarl
PBR / European PBR :

EU 30173
Protection :

European P.B.R - Protected variety, propagation without license is strictly forbidden

Lagerstroemia INDIYA CHARMS®

INDIYA CHARMS ® 's Lagerstroemia varieties are remarkable for the precocity and quality of their flowering, more suited for mild summers.
They are the fruit of a long selection work; they have been chosen for their resistance to low temperatures (hardy to -15°C when fully grown) and to powdery mildew.
These varieties can be grown as clumps or stem-grafted or half stem-grafted.

Garden Tips

Use :

Shrub bed, mixed hedge, pot for balcony or terrace. Can be planted in a row and also be trained along a south facing wall.

Type of soil :

Prefers light, fresh and well drained, acid to slightly chalky soil.

Care :

Balanced fertilization in spring, regular watering in summer.
In February-March cut the previous year’s main branches, keeping well balanced and airy branches in the centre, to let the light through.

You might also like

New Account Register

Already have an account?
Log in instead Or Reset password