crape myrtle

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crape myrtle:

see loosestrifeloosestrife,
common name for the Lythraceae, a widely distributed family of plants most abundant as woody shrubs in the American tropics but including also herbaceous species (chiefly of temperate zones) and some trees.
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Use of crape myrtle, Lagerstroemia (Myrtales: Lythraceae), cultivars as a pollen source by native and non-native bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Quincy, Florida.
There were an average 24.42% of the distorted segregation in our study of Phalaenopsis, which was similar to 22.61% in crape myrtle (He et al., 2014), 24.8% in lily (Abe et al., 2002) and 23.5% in rhododendron (Dunemann et al., 1999), and less than 34.8% in wintersweet (Chen and Chen, 2010).
Commonly called Pride-of-India or queen's crape myrtle, Lagerstroemia speciosa is a species of crape myrtle native to India and Southeast Asia that has been cultivated as an ornamental in tropical areas worldwide.
The crape myrtle has become one of America's most beloved and cherished decorative trees.
A: I suspect that the tree may have powdery mildew, as this is a very common disease in California on crape myrtle. Older cultivars are usually susceptible to the disease and newer cultivars are resistant.
The landscape improvements will include tree planting consisting of live oak, crape myrtle, Japanese magnolia, green ash and Japanese camellia.
Doungherty takes about three weeks (in this case, jan, 7-26) to put together his pieces, made from three branches--for this work, crape myrtle branches--using local volunteers to help with the construction.
In another collection, Elements, a special treatment during extrusion gives the synthetic resin a matte finish that was inspired by molting crape myrtle trees.
Whose loose bones are washed white under the Crape Myrtle
The "Anywhere USA" landscapes of traditional lawns and foundation plantings (plants located at the base of a horse or building) of crape myrtle and English ivy, for example, can be found in human-created landscapes from Virginia to Georgia.
Holmdel Village is a 70-unit, income-restricted senior apartment community located on seven acres at the corner of Holmdel Road and Crape Myrtle Drive.
A visitor today can stroll along South Elm Street, past flowering crape myrtle in this pleasantly semi-preserved downtown, and come to the intersection of what is now February One Place, where the handsome art deco F.W.