The Crepe Myrtle
offers a great floorplan that is ideal for any lifestyle.
The bride's father proudly escorted her down a bridal pathway that featured a natural archway of crepe myrtles
adorned with zinnias, pink hydrangeas, and ferns.
Q: What is the best care for crepe myrtles
in northern Virginia?
On the other hand, common street trees such as crepe myrtle
and evergreen pear have weak immune systems and are not long-lived.
Plant selection includes a palette of eye-catching seasonal colors: spring's Japanese cherry trees and pink flowering crabapples accentuated by white dogwoods and yellow forsythia; summer's red crepe myrtle
blossoms and pastel daylilies; oaks, magnolias, sycamores, birches, maples, and hickories--their leaves splashing yellow, gold, and red along autumn highways; and winter's evergreen pines and cedars.
TIP OF THE WEEK: Many deciduous trees and shrubs, from crepe myrtle
to rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus), can be propagated by hardwood cuttings.
More manageable trees whose foliage changes color would include: Modesto ash, whose leaves turn to gold; crepe myrtle
, with variously colored foliage; Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum), with luminescent, multicolored leaves; persimmon, with red-orange leaves; ginkgo and birch, both of which turn golden yellow; and Chinese pistachio, which turns yellow, orange and red.
The dream of GIs and the Depression-born - aligned in one Valley grid of spacious boulevards lined with crepe myrtle
and towering palms.
Mayor Ginger Bremberg and Councilman Gus Gomez say it's a waste of money for the city to spend $68,000 to rip out the trees along South Brand Boulevard and replace them with 23 palm and 20 crepe myrtle
Only two plants would dare to compete with the oleander for summer flowering honors: the crepe myrtle
and the bougainvillea.
Prior to the ceremony, guests meandered along paved walkways, which were separated by crepe myrtles
and lined with wrought-iron bistro sets.
Shrubs include, but are not limited to, hedges, beds, foundation plantings, palmettos and crepe myrtles