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crepe_myrtle_lagerstoemia
... crepe_myrtle_lagerstoemia Current Radar: Crepe Myrtle lagerstroemia This is one of those all around non-native good asian trees that has pervaded ...
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Lagerstroemia - Crepe myrtle
... although mildew resistant varieties are available. Some species suitable for bonsai: Lagerstroemia hirsuta - this native of India and New Guinea has ... Lagerstroemia indica 'Alba': white crape myrtle Lagerstroemia indica 'Amabilia': purple crape myrtle Lagerstroemia indica 'Cordon Bleu' - A dwarf with lavender flowers. Lagerstroemia indica 'Pixie Pink' - Very dwarf, with pink flowers. Lagerstroemia ...
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Floridata: Lagerstroemia indica
... now and receive a free gift of Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Lagerstroemia indica Common Names: crape myrtle, crepe myrtle Family: Lythraceae (loosestrife family) Get link to Profile ... most popular crapes myrtle varieties available for sale these days are hybrids obtained by crossing Lagerstroemia indica with L. fauriei or L. speciosa. The U.S. National Arboretum created a ...
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Crape Myrle, Crepe Myrtle, Lagerstroemia indicia
... may be available Click the banana to see Crape Myrtle Crepe Myrtle Crepemyrtle Crepe Flower Lagerstroemia indica click pics to enlarge Zone 6 or higher Crape myrtle (correct name) is rated ... colors. Some crape myrtles are rated dwarfs as small as 3-5 feet (may be Lagerstroemia fauriei) and some may be as small as 18 inches Although some crape myrtle varieties ...
www.mgonline.com

Espaliers
... Full sun Formal / informal Comment: White, fragrant flowers in winter and yellow fruit in spring. Lagerstroemia indica Crape myrtle N-C-S Deciduous Full sun Informal Comment: White, pink, red or ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Which plants need to be grown outdoors? - Bonsai
... very popular. Azalea, crab apple (malus), cotoneaster, wisteria, flowering quince (chaenomeles), firethorn (pyracantha), crape myrtle (lagerstroemia), honeysuckle (lonicera) and bougainvillea are but a few. Again, these may not all grow well ...
faq.gardenweb.com

FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volumes under Production
... Graham, Shirley A./shirley.graham@mobot.org Heimia Graham, Shirley A./shirley.graham@mobot.org Lagerstroemia Graham, Shirley A./shirley.graham@mobot.org Lythrum Graham, Shirley A./shirley.graham@mobot.org ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu

Sooty Molds on Trees and Shrubs, HYG-3046-96
... . (Sassafras) Juglans spp. (Walnut) Sorbus spp. (Mountain Ash) Juniperus spp. (Juniper) Staphylea trifolia (American Bladdernut) Lagerstroemia indica (Crape-myrtle) Thuja spp. (Arborvitae) Ligustrum spp. (Privet) Tilia spp. (Linden) Liriodendron tulipifera (Tuliptree ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Shrubs I
... infected branches. Cotton Root Rot (fungus - Phymatotrichum omnivorum): See section on Cotton Root Rot. CRAPEMYRTLE Lagerstroemia indicia Powdery Mildew (fungus - Erysiphe lagerstroemiae): Powdery mildew is very common on crapemyrtle. It is ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Australian Systematic Botany Society
... a religious collector (see Bubbia). Omissions are few. A synonym of Liquidambar is not there (Lagerstroemia). I would like to have seen Oblivia, (n., one who, on entering a herbarium wing ...
www.anbg.gov.au




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