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  • Dana Elizabeth

    Get your garden growing with the humor and wisdom of editor Steve Bender. Ask a Question

  • Linda Jones

    beautiful crepe myrtles!

  • Robin Winters

    Crepe Myrtle — Your Questions Answered – The Daily South | Your Hub for Southern Culture

  • Rosemary Srebalus

    SIOUX (16' Bright Pink) crepe myrtle - Sioux is a medium size tree from our National Arboretum breeding station with bright Pink flower clusters. Often used to line driveways or back fence lines when you don't want a taller Crape Myrtle tree.

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