Lagerstroemia indica

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Noun1.Lagerstroemia indica - ornamental shrub from eastern India commonly planted in the southern United States
genus Lagerstroemia, Lagerstroemia - shrubs or small trees of tropical Asia and Africa usually with showy white, pink, or purplish flowers
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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2 LAGERSTROEMIA INDICA (FUCHSIA D'eTe) 'INDYFUS' A great choice for southern and eastern Britain, thriving and shrugging off pests and diseases, particularly mildew.
'Vermillionaire' Cigar flower Myrtales Heimia salicifolia Link -- Sinicuichi Myrtales Lagerstroemia indica 'Natchez White' Crapemyrtle Myrtales x fauriei Lawsonia inermis L.
Lagerstroemia indica (Crepe myrtle), which is rarely grown in the UK but quite suited to our climate, is a multi stemmed shrub/small tree with beautiful bark and glossy green foliage producing a profusion of crepe paper like flowers in colours from light pink to deep burgundy.
Sleem, "Chemical constituents and pharmacological studies of Lagerstroemia indica," Phytopharmacology, vol.
Summary: The present study was conducted to evaluate phytochemicals, antimicrobial and antioxidant potential of Lagerstroemia indica L.
A segunda especie que apareceu com maior frequencia foi a Lagerstroemia indica (Extremosa), a qual tambem e exotica e por apresentar porte reduzido e frequentemente usada para a arborizacao das cidades.
Crape/Crepe Myrtle, common name for Lagerstroemia Indica, usually developed as a small deciduous shrub or tree, typically peaks at 30 feet in height and in bloom, boasts spectacular masses of fluffy red, pink, purple and/or white flowers throughout the summer season.
From China, Korea and Japan, Lagerstroemia indica is an often multistemmed, deciduous tree with a wide spreading, flat topped, open habit when mature.
Technically, the crape myrtle is a small, upright deciduous tree that hails from the warm regions of each variety's respective geographical homes--for example, Lagerstroemia indica is native to Southeast Asia, and L.
Lagerstroemia indica fruit early Pleistocene Lagerstroemia subcostata pollen Pleistocene Lagerstroemia sp.