Hi LV, I too love crepe myrtles and yours is lovely. Mine had been planted for three years and is still trying to take hold and bloom. They had a terrible set back when they were first planted because of 0 degrees for several days that winter. I hope they surprise me by next year.Our daughter and her husband are having a grand time this week. We will miss them when they go home this weekend. I hope you have a lovely weekend. Stay cool.Love, Jeanne
It is huge with abundant blooms, and is beautiful!!! The ones here haven't even bloomed yet! They are one of the last plants of the summer to bloom.I love them, but it makes me sad to see them. Because I know that summer is coming to an end.
Dearest LV.,You certainly got a lovely pink crepe myrtle!While driving down south, all the way to Miami, we noticed that the best thing growing here in Georgia is the crepe myrtle. They withstand the heat and also are happy in the poor red clay soil. A shrub without any fuss.But they bloom still here along the Interstate from Savannah to Dublin, we enjoyed them coming home on Tuesday afternoon.Hugs,Mariette
Wow! Gorgeous! We have a few crepe myrtles in Natchez but they never have this much flowers,....Christine
Happy PS! I do love crepe Myrtles, but they don't grow well here. Love the sign! Have a lovely week!Ruth
I love crape myrtles and my pink one came out really pretty. I need to take a pic and hope to get back in the swing of things next week.
beautiful crape myrtle! mine have been struggling with aphids the last few years. i spray them with dish soap water which helps, but they come back...
I think this is the yr for crape myrtles...all the ones here are just beautiful..and still blooming like crazy
Oh the crepe myrtle bushes are extraordinary this year!! Your pink is so pretty!!Wish they would last the season [I like that the leaves get autumn colors too]
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