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Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia indica

Description:

Last spring, my brother planted some Crape Myrtle bushes, in his back yard. These plantings were about two feet tall. One year later, these same Crape Myrtle bushes, are about ten feet tall now.

Habitat:

My brother, planted some Crape Myrtle bushes, in his back yard, during the springtime of last year.

Notes:

Last spring, my brother went to an outdoor plant nursery, and he bought some small Crape Myrtle bushes. After he arrived home, he planted these small bushes, in his backyard. These bushes, were about two feet tall. This springtime, these same Crape Myrtle bushes, are now, about ten feet tall, with lots of beautiful flowers. My brother gave me, a lot of his photos, for my birthday. These are now, my photos. Thank you.

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4 Comments

maplemoth662
maplemoth662 a year ago

Thank you, IvanPancic....

maplemoth662
maplemoth662 a year ago

Thank you, Manoj Grg....

maplemoth662
maplemoth662 a year ago

Thank you, Hema Shah....🌺

Hema
Hema a year ago

lovely colors,Maple moth!

maplemoth662
Spotted by
maplemoth662

Alabama, USA

Lat: 30.64, Long: -88.23

Spotted on Jul 1, 2018
Submitted on Jul 1, 2018

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