By Teo Spengler The pure-white ruffled flowers of Acoma crape myrtle trees contrast dramatically with the shiny green foliage. This hybrid is a small tree, thanks to one dwarf parent. It’s also rounded, mounded and somewhat weeping, and makes a long-blooming vigorous beauty in the garden or backyard. For more information about Acoma crape myrtle trees, read on. We’ll give you instructions on how to grow an Acoma crape myrtle as well as tips on Acoma crape myrtle care. Information about Acoma Crape Myrtle Acoma crape myrtle trees (Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei ‘Acoma’) are hybrid trees with a semi-dwarf, semi-pendulous habit. They are filled with slightly drooping, snowy, showy flowers all summer long. These trees put on an attractive autumn display at the end of the summer. The foliage turns purple before it falls. Acoma only grows to about 9.5 feet (2.9 m.) tall and 11 feet (3.3 m.) wide.