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When planted right and in the right spot Wax Myrtle, also known as Bayberry, are exceptionally easy to grow.

Here's a breakdown of what you need to know regarding how to plant and care for Wax Myrtle...

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Cultural Preferences

Soil Preferences

Wax Myrtle is very easy to grow. It adapts to most any soil of average fertility to poor soils. When young it prefers a consistently moist soil, but established plants are exceptionally drought tolerant. That said, established plants will also tolerate moist to soggy soil conditions.

Soil pH

Wax Myrtle grow in a wide range of soil pH; from acid to moderately alkaline soils ranging between 6.0 to 8.0 on the pH scale. Most average garden soils fall between a pH range of 6.0 to 7.0.

How To Test Soil pH

Soil pH is a measurement of the alkalinity or acidity of soil and is measured on a scale of 1-14, with 7 as the neutral mark. Any measurement below 7 indicates acid soil conditions, and anything above 7 indicates alkaline.

If you're unsure about the pH of your soil, and whether or not it's suitable for growing Wax Myrtle, it's a good idea to test the soil pH in the planting area. You can quickly test soil pH with an inexpensive soil pH tester probe. To raise the pH (make more alkaline) you can add pelletized limestone to the soil. To lower the pH (make more acid) you can apply Soil Sulfur, Aluminum Sulfate, or Chelated Iron. Adding organic compost to the soil or using compost as mulch can also help to increase acidity and maintain acid soil conditions.

Learn More:What is Soil pH and How To Adjust It?

Light Preferences

Wax Myrtle can be grown in full sun or part shade. Plants growing in more sun will have more dense foliage. A minimum of 4 to 5 hours of direct sunlight is suggested.

How To Plant A Wax Myrtle In The Ground

Scroll down for container planting instructions and care tips)

Step 1

Start by digging your planting hole at least two to three times as wide and no deeper than the rootball of your Wax Myrtle. The wider the hole the better. Place native soil removed from planting hole around the perimeter of the hole, in a wheel barrow, or on a tarp.

Step 2

In this step I usually suggest using a soil amendment to improve dense clay or poor soils. Wax Myrtle adapt well and actually like poor soils.In all but the the poorest of soils there is no need to add a soil amendment to the native soil removed from the planting hole. That said, if the soil is hard as a brick it might be beneficial to mix in some sand and/or bagged top soil to the native soil.

Step 3

To remove your Wax Myrtle from the container it was growing in first squeeze the sides of the container to loosen the root ball. Then grasp the base of the plant with your fingers and gently try to lift and remove the root ball from the container. After having removed the plant from the container, loosen some feeder roots around the surface of the root ball.

Step 4

Set your Wax Myrtle in the planting hole so that the top edge of the root ball is at or slightly above ground level to allow for settling. If necessary, add some backfill soil mixture to the bottom of the hole to achieve proper planting height.

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Step 5

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After setting your Wax Myrtle in the planting hole, use one hand to hold the plant straight and your other hand to begin back-filling your soil mixture around the root ball, tamping as you go to remove air pockets. When you have filled the hole to the halfway point you can soak the soil. Then continue back-filling to the top edge of the root ball. To avoid suffocating your plant, avoid placing any soil on top of the root ball.

Step 6 (Optional)

When planting your Wax Myrtle in a site far away from a water source you can use remaining soil mixture to build a water retaining berm (catch basin / doughnut) that is several inches high around the outside perimeter of the planting hole. This basin will help to collect water from rainfall and irrigation often reducing the need for hand-watering. The berm can be removed after a growing season or two.

Step 7

Next, deeply water the planting area, including the root ball, to a depth equal to the height of the root ball. For an extra boost, you can water your newly planted Wax Myrtle with a solution of Root Stimulator, which stimulates early root formation and stronger root development, thereby reducing plant shock and promoting greener, more vigorous plants.

Step 8

To conserve moisture and suppress weed growth, apply a 2" layer of shredded or chipped wood mulch or pine straw around the planting area. Avoid usingfreshly chipped or shredded wood for mulch until it has cured in a pile for at least 6 months, a year is better. Avoid placing or piling mulch directly against the base of your plant as this could cause the bark to rot.

How To Plant A Wax Myrtle In A Container

Wax Myrtle growing in pots appreciate a consistently moist, but well-drained soil. Therefore, I suggest a container with a drainage hole(s) filled with a quality potting soil.

Choose a container that is large enough to allow for 2 to 3 years of growth before shifting up to a larger size container. This might mean your planting pot would be 10 to 12 inches or more in diameter (width) than the root ball of your plant.

Container color will matter as well.Not only will you want to pick a color of container that goes well with the foliage color of your Wax Myrtle, you'll also want to pick a container that matches the style of your home or other structures and other plants in the surrounding environment.

Many nursery & garden centers offer a wide variety of containers to choose from. Before heading out to buy a container take pictures of your home and the surrounding environment. Doing so will help you to choose just the right color and style.

Container Planting Instructions

Step 1

Before filling your container with the soil mix, I recommend lining the bottom with shade cloth or a porous landscape fabric. This will keep the drain holes from becoming stopped up with soil. If you use gravel or other materials in the bottom of the container lay the fabric over it.

Step 2

To remove your Wax Myrtle from the container it was growing in first squeeze the sides of the container to loosen the root ball. Then grasp the base of the plant with your fingers andgentlytry to lift and remove the root ball from the container. After having removed the plant from the container, loosen some feeder roots around the surface of the root ball.

Step 3

Pour a small amount of your soil mixture in the bottom of the container. Set the root ball of your plant in the container and make necessary adjustments by adding or removing some soil so that the top edge of the root ball will sit approximately 1" below the rim of the container.

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Step 4

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Backfill with your soil mixture around the root ball, tamping as you go, until the level of potting soil is even with the top edge of root ball.

Step 5

Water thoroughly until water starts to drain from the holes in the bottom of the container. Add more soil mixture if settling occurs during watering.

Step 6 (Optional)

Apply a 1/2" layer of wood chips or sphagnum moss to soil surface to help conserve moisture. Stone mulch can also be used.

Caring For Wax Myrtle Shrubs & Trees

Wax Myrtle are very easy to care for. Follow the basic guidelines below and you'll be growing Wax Myrtles like the pros.

Here's a breakdown of what you need to know...

How To Fertilize Wax Myrtle

Wax Myrtle are light feeders however will benefit from fertilization. I fertilize mine in spring with a slow-release shrub & tree food, preferably one that contains Sulfur and/or Iron. Alternatively, you can feed with a natural organic plant food.

Note: To avoid stimulating new growth that could be damaged by an early frost, cease fertilization two weeks prior to the average first frost date in your area.

Soil pH

Soil pH is a measurement of the alkalinity or acidity of soil, which is measured on a scale of 1-14, with 7 as the neutral mark. Any measurement below 7 indicates acid soil conditions, and anything above 7 indicates alkaline.

Wax Myrtle grow in a wide range of soil pH; from acid to moderately alkaline soils ranging between 6.0 to 8.0 on the pH scale. Most average garden soils fall between a pH range of 6.0 to 7.0.

Learn More:What is Soil pH and How To Adjust It?

Watering Ligustrum Plants

When young, Wax Myrtle will appreciate consistent moisture in the soil to establish roots. When established they are exceptionally drought tolerant plants. That said, when established they are also tolerant of consistently moist to wet soils.

At Planting Time

Immediately after planting deep soak the soil in the planting area, including the rootball, to a depth equal to the height of the root ball. For an extra boost, you can water your newly planted Ligustrum with a solution of Root Stimulator, which stimulates early root formation and stronger root development. Root Stimulator reduces plant shock and promotes greener, more vigorous plants.

During the First Active Growth Season

In average garden soil you should not have to water your newly planted Wax Myrtle every day. In the absence of sufficient rainfall, water only as needed to keep the root ball and surrounding soil moist. Keep in mind that deep soaking less frequently is much better than splashing just a little water on the plants every day.

Thereafter

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Only during prolonged drought will established Wax Myrtle plants require supplemental irrigation. If you see new leaves wilting, curling, or turning a lighter shade of green, or the tips of new stems bending over during dry weather, this could be a sign your plants could use a good deep soaking.

TIP:When watering with an automated irrigation system it's best to set your timer to water during the early morning hours and not in the late evening or at night, which can lead to the onset of fungus and other foliage diseases. During the first few weeks after planting, check soil moisture often and adjust irrigation time if necessary to keep the soil moist, not wet.

Ligustrums, what many gardeners call "privets," come in several different species and many varieties. Some are smaller shrubs and useful in the landscape as hedges or in home foundation plantings. Others grow much taller making them ideal for use as a privacy screen or 'limbed up" to form an attractive small tree.

Pruning A Wax Myrtle

Wax Myrtle do not require pruning however respond well to it for shaping purposes, for hedges, or to form a very attractive small tree with larger growing cultivars.

When To Prune Wax Myrtle

Light pruning of Wax Myrtle to remove a stray or damaged branch can be performed any time of year.

Shearing of Wax Myrtle to form hedges can be performed any time of year. That said, to avoid damage to new growth that emerges after pruning, I recommend ceasing pruning two months prior to the average first frost date in your area.

Heavy pruning of Wax Myrtle to reduce size or to tree form should be performed in late winter, while the plant is dormant.

Selective Pruning of Wax Myrtle

Use a sharp pair of bypass hand pruners to selectively remove stray or damaged branches. When removing a stray branch, make your cut at a point along the branch even with main form of the plant. When removing a damaged or dead branch, make your cut beyond the point of breakage or at the origin of the branch.

Pruning Wax Myrtle for Hedges

Wax Myrtle may be lightly shear using hedge trimmers or clippers several times throughout the growing season. As mentioned, cease trimming two months prior to the average first-frost date in your area.

Tree Forming a Wax Myrtle

Taller growing Wax Myrtle cultivars are very easy to tree form.

Wait until your shrub is about 4 feet tall to begin the tree forming process. At that time, start at the base of the plant by removing the lateral (horizontal) branches growing from trunk(s). Continue removing branches until you've reached the desired height and are satisfied with the appearance. Before making your cuts, make sure that the removal of a branch will not spoil the shape of the canopy. Also, between each cut take a few steps back to take a look at your plant.

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What is the best fertilizer for wax myrtle? ›

Wax Myrtle are light feeders however will benefit from fertilization. Fertilize in spring with a slow-release shrub & tree food, preferably one that contains Sulfur and/or Iron. Alternatively, you can feed with a natural organic plant food.

How do you care for wax myrtles? ›

Plant wax myrtle in a full sun to part sun area where roots will not be disturbed. This plant is salt tolerant and takes sea spray well, making it an exceptional beach front planting. The wax myrtle is adaptable to a range of soils but prefers the soil to be moist.

Can you grow a wax myrtle from a cutting? ›

Wax myrtles can be propagated from cuttings or seeds. This plant likes full sun, but it will tolerate partial shade. A hardy plant, the wax myrtle will grow in wet, dry, and sandy conditions once it has taken root.

Should you fertilize wax myrtle? ›

This means that the common waxmyrtle does not need fertilizer (at least, it doesn't need nitrogen), because it can take nitrogen from the atmosphere and put it into the soil for itself or other plants to use.

How often do you water Southern wax myrtle? ›

Southern wax myrtle tolerates moist and dry soils, but grows best when watered around the drip line every 10 to 14 days; however, don't water your tree around the trunk.

What is the difference between a wax myrtle and a Southern wax myrtle? ›

Southern waxmyrtle has multiple, twisted trunks with smooth, light gray bark. Wax myrtle is aromatic with olive green leaves and clusters of grey-blue, waxy berries on female plants which attract wildlife.

How do I make my wax myrtles thicker? ›

How to Make a Wax Myrtle Thick
  1. Cut wax myrtle back to 12 inches tall in late winter when the shrub is one to two years old to encourage compact growth. ...
  2. Prune off tips of new shoots during the growing season to promote branching. ...
  3. Clip branches during each growing season to encourage additional branches for a thick shrub.

How much do you water a wax myrtle? ›

2. Watering: Wax Myrtles do best when watered around the drip line every 10 to 14 days. As a rule of thumb, if the soil is moist 2 to 3 inches down, avoid watering your tree until it's dry.

How fast does wax myrtle grow? ›

From 3 to 5 feet of growth per year, the Wax Myrtle is one of the fastest-growing privacy hedges. Hardy plant. This shrub tree is no maintenance once established. The Wax Myrtle tolerates drought, heat, and salt.

Can you root a crepe myrtle in water? ›

Preparing Crape Myrtle Shoots

Crape myrtle shoots root well under a variety of indoor and outdoor conditions, although it's not possible to root crape myrtle cuttings in water. For most home gardeners, it's best to root crape myrtle cuttings in pots so you can better control the growing conditions.

How do you propagate myrtle? ›

Rooting hormone is generally not necessary, and cuttings should root in three to four weeks. Place cuttings in a well-drained rooting medium in a shaded area and keep them moist by enclosing them in a clear plastic bag. Cuttings also can be placed in prepared outdoor rooting beds.

How do you prune Southern wax myrtle? ›

As a general rule, cut off no more than about a third of each stem, and do not make a cut so low that it is within a leafless portion of the stem. Wax myrtle can withstand heavy pruning easily and can grow several feet each year.

Will wax myrtle grow in wet soil? ›

Wax Myrtle is very easy to grow. It adapts to most any soil of average fertility to poor soils. When young it prefers a consistently moist soil, but established plants are exceptionally drought tolerant. That said, established plants will also tolerate moist to soggy soil conditions.

Does wax myrtle stay green all year? ›

Leaves. Crape myrtles are a group of deciduous trees and shrubs, while wax myrtles include evergreen and semi-evergreen shrubs and trees. Evergreen wax myrtle foliage does not change color in the fall and the leaves emit a fragrance when crushed.

Do wax myrtles lose their leaves in winter? ›

Wax myrtle is native from New Jersey to Florida and west to Texas, says Miller. Its close relative, the northern bayberry (Myrica or Morella pensylvanica), is sometimes seen in Virginia; it's deciduous to semi-evergreen, so in cold winters it loses most or all of its leaves.

What causes brown spots on wax myrtles? ›

Anthracnose. If the leaves on your wax myrtle develop dark brown or tan lesions that have a thick, tar-like consistency, the plant may be infected with anthracnose, a leaf spot disease. The disease can result from the presence of several fungi, such as Apiognomonia errabunda, Discula fraxinea, Gnomonia spp.

How long do wax myrtles live? ›

It is often used on landscapes to provide a privacy barrier, owing to its thick foliage and moderately dense growth habit. Depending on how thick you want your hedge, you can plant wax myrtle at different distances from one another. The wax myrtle lifespan is about 30 years, advises Calloway's Nursery.

What kills wax myrtle? ›

To stop the crape myrtle from coming up from the roots you can apply a phenoxy herbicide product like Dicamba or 2,4D. The herbicide will kill the roots too. You can also use sucker stopper which is a plant growth regulator.

Does wax myrtle have deep roots? ›

The USDA factsheet on wax myrtle says that this plant is easy to transplant bare root which suggests that it is not have much of a taproot (if any). Also wax myrtle spreads by sending up suckers from the roots and has been frequently used as a bonsai plant (more evidence that it has a fibrous root system).

How do you train wax myrtle? ›

The Southern Wax Myrtle - YouTube

Will wax myrtle grow back? ›

You can prune the old branches severely now, sparing the suckers; don't wait until it starts to get hot. Then, after that, prune it a couple times of year to help it regrow into a hedge size and shape.

Will wax myrtle grow in shade? ›

You can prune the Wax Myrtle to not only to show off their picturesque form, but also to help build a strong structure. They grow best in full sun, but while they can tolerate shade, they will grow a thinner canopy. They do best with well-draining soil and are salt tolerant, making it suitable for seaside applications.

Are wax myrtles trees or shrubs? ›

A wispy, 6-12 ft., multi-trunked, evergreen shrub, southern bayberry or wax myrtle can reach 20 ft. in height. The light olive-green foliage has a spicy fragrance. Pale blue berries occur on female plants in the winter.

Is wax myrtle drought tolerant? ›

This evergreen shrub is highly drought tolerant in coastal gardens when established, making it perfect for hillsides and minimal care gardens. Water when top 3 in. of soil is dry. Provide full sun in coastal areas, afternoon shade inland.

When can I transplant a wax myrtle? ›

The best possible time to start moving crepe myrtle is when the tree is dormant. That period runs from the time the tree loses its leaves to spring leaf break. Late winter is usually cited as the best time for crepe myrtle transplanting.

How tall is a 3 gallon wax myrtle? ›

Glossy, light green, fragrant foliage. Blue-gray berries appear in clusters throughout winter. Reaches 15 feet tall, 12 feet wide at mature size.

How hardy is a wax myrtle? ›

The Waxmyrtle is winter hardy to USDA Zones 7-10 where it is easily grown in average, medium to wet soils in full sun to dappled or part shade. It even grows in the elusive dry shade.

How tall will a wax myrtle grow? ›

This rapidly-growing, small, evergreen native tree is capable of reaching a height of 25 feet with an equal spread but is usually seen in the 10 to 20-foot range. Sometimes used as a large shrubbery screen, Southern Waxmyrtle is ideal for use as a small tree, the lower limbs removed to reveal its picturesque form.

What's the difference between crepe myrtle and wax myrtle? ›

Wax myrtles are tolerant of sandy soils, salt spray and drought conditions, but they prefer slightly acidic soils and are sensitive to cold. Their leaves may brown and drop if temperatures drop below freezing. Crepe myrtles are also drought-tolerant, but unlike wax myrtles, they do not tolerate saline soil conditions.

Is Epsom salt good for crape myrtles? ›

So as long as the plant is producing healthy branches and buds each spring, it will bloom. The most common culprits for a crepe myrtle not blooming are improper pruning, lack of sunlight, or a nutritional imbalance in the soil. Epsom salt is often recommended as a magnesium supplement.

How long does it take cuttings to root? ›

Rooting will generally occur in 3-4 weeks but some plants will take longer. When the roots are 1-2 inches long or longer the cutting is ready to be potted up.

Can I cut my crepe myrtle to the ground? ›

Unfortunately you must cut the tree completely to the ground, and don't be surprised when it grows back VERY quickly. The next winter, select three to five well-spaced trunks, and cut off any others at ground level.

How do you encourage myrtle to spread? ›

The easiest way to propagate creeping myrtle is to divide the existing plant at its roots via its stolons, also known as runners. Myrtle stolons are runner vines that reach out to new territory and take root. Planting a new myrtle is as easy as locating a rooting runner from your existing and strongest myrtle.

What soil is best for cuttings? ›

A soilless media is the best starting mix for starting plant cuttings. The mixture should be loose, well draining and have plenty of oxygen movement for newly forming roots. You can start cuttings in perlite, vermiculite, sand, or a combination of peat moss, and any of the previous items.

Is myrtle a perennial? ›

A Mediterranean transplant that likes warm weather (it is perennial in USDA growing zones 8 to 11), myrtle will perform best in a sheltered, warm spot where it is protected from wind.

How do I make my wax myrtles thicker? ›

How to Make a Wax Myrtle Thick
  1. Cut wax myrtle back to 12 inches tall in late winter when the shrub is one to two years old to encourage compact growth. ...
  2. Prune off tips of new shoots during the growing season to promote branching. ...
  3. Clip branches during each growing season to encourage additional branches for a thick shrub.

When should crepe myrtles be fertilized? ›

Begin fertilizing in Spring with the fertilizer of your choice (liquid, slow release or granules), when the first leaves start to appear. Established, well rooted, Crape Myrtles are heavy feeders. Lightly fertilize every two weeks throughout the spring and summer months. This will promote optimal new growth.

Is Miracle Grow good for crepe myrtles? ›

Miracle-Gro Tree & Shrub Plant Food Spikes 15-5-10

Ideal for small or potted varieties or young Crepe Myrtle to support strong and vigorous root growth and protect against disease.

Can 10-10-10 fertilizer be used on all plants? ›

10-10-10 is considered an all-purpose, balanced fertilizer that you can use for all kinds of plants and situations. The numbers 10-10-10 represent the amounts of Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus(P) and Potassium(K) - or as they're commonly known, NPK.

What kills wax myrtle? ›

To stop the crape myrtle from coming up from the roots you can apply a phenoxy herbicide product like Dicamba or 2,4D. The herbicide will kill the roots too. You can also use sucker stopper which is a plant growth regulator.

What is the difference between a wax myrtle and a Southern wax myrtle? ›

Southern waxmyrtle has multiple, twisted trunks with smooth, light gray bark. Wax myrtle is aromatic with olive green leaves and clusters of grey-blue, waxy berries on female plants which attract wildlife.

How much do you water a wax myrtle? ›

2. Watering: Wax Myrtles do best when watered around the drip line every 10 to 14 days. As a rule of thumb, if the soil is moist 2 to 3 inches down, avoid watering your tree until it's dry.

Can you overwater a crape myrtle? ›

Take special care not to overwater your Crape Myrtle, especially during the spring and summer months when the plant is actively growing. Overwatering your Crape can cause its flower production to be stunted or lead to root rot and other problems.

How much fertilizer do crepe myrtles need? ›

If using an 8-8-8- or 10-10-10 fertilizer, use one pound of fertilizer for every 100 square feet of the planting bed for small shrubs and dwarf varieties. For large crape myrtle trees and shrubs, increase the amount of fertilizer and use a pound of fertilizer per inch of the tree's diameter.

How often should you water newly planted crepe myrtles? ›

Water newly planted crape myrtles at least once a week if dormant and in cool weather, and up to five times a week if planted during hot weather or in very sandy soil. Water new plants regularly for about two months, and water during drought for better blooms and healthier plants.

Is coffee grounds good for crepe myrtles? ›

Another natural additive you can use around your Crape Myrtle is coffee grounds. While many people like to place them directly in their gardens, we recommend composting them first. Crape Myrtles love the nitrogen that coffee grounds add to compost, and they need it to bloom.

What helps crepe myrtles bloom? ›

Crape myrtles require eight hours of direct sun daily to bloom well. Crape myrtles planted in areas that receive less than six hours of direct sun do not get enough sunlight for adequate bloom development. – Variety. Some varieties don't flower as vigorously as others.

What happens if you don't prune a crepe myrtle? ›

Leaving it alone will result in a pretty raggedy-looking tree, and it won't grow as quickly either. The new growth will emerge on its own from the fresh cuts, and if you trim at just the right point, you'll encourage way more blooms to appear.

Can I use 20 20 20 fertilizer on all my plants? ›

This premium, all-purpose fertilizer can be used on any vegetable or plant in your vegetable garden. It works especially great when used early on heavy-feeding crops like tomatoes, onions or corn.

How long does it take fertilizer to work? ›

How long does it take to see results from using lawn fertilizer? You'll start to see results anywhere from 1 to 5 days afterward, depending upon the type of fertilizer you use.

Which fertilizer has the most nitrogen? ›

Primary forms of nitrogen fertilizer

Urea has the highest nitrogen content of all solid fertilizers at 46% N. UAN solutions, such as 28% and 32% liquid nitrogen, are made up of different forms of nitrogen.

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