2 thoughts on “More Trees and Shrubs

  1. I love crape myrtles (Laegerstroemia indica) – great garden plants. Alot of work has been done by one of the local agencies (I’ve forgotten which one) to hybridize them so that they grow well in this area. They’re among the last plants to leaf out in this area, so people sometimes think they’ve died over the winter. They range from so small that they’re used as perennials to small trees; choose your cultivar carefully. But they’ve nothing to do with wildflowers. I’d be bummed if I saw one in the wild.

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