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Bailey has introduced a white-flowering crape myrtle shrub Lunar Magic that will cycle into bloom every 40 days or so.
He lingered by the crape myrtle tree in the middle of the backyard.
Discovery and spread of Eriococcus lagerstroemiae Kuwana (Hemiptera: Eriococcidae), a new invasive pest of crape myrtle, Lagerstroemia spp.
The tablescape is a feast for the eyes beneath a canopy of greenery and soft crape myrtle blooms with multi-colored garden roses and lime hypericum berries at each setting as well as in the center of the table that is covered in a vibrant chintz tablecloth.
On Saturday, November 4, the eighteen volunteers gave 72 hours of service in planting bur oak, bald cypress, cedar elm and crape myrtle trees.
The AFLP technique has been widely used for linkage mapping in many plants including sweetpotato (Kriegner et al., 2003), velvetbean (Capo-Chichi et al., 2004), apple (Kenis and Keulemans, 2005), wintersweet (Chen and Chen, 2010), crape myrtle (He et al., 2014), and Eucommia ulmoides (Wang et al., 2014).
A striking type of pink crape myrtle could soon be gracing lawns and gardens in southern Florida because of a chance discovery by Agricultural Research Service scientists.
The peeling bark of river birch, paperbark maple and crape myrtle and the smooth steel-gray trunks of American beech are also eye-catching.
With such superlative qualities, it seems unthinkable that the crape myrtle would fall victim to the mistake of over trimming.
Inspectors from the Napa County Agricultural Commissioner's office identified glassy-winged sharpshooter (GWSS) eggs during a routine inspection of crape myrtle trees sent to Northern California by a nursery in San Diego County, Calif.
Q: My crape myrtle tree has had a fungal infection untreated for many years.