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How to Grow Japanese Maple Trees

How to Grow Beautiful Japanese Maple Trees

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Double Play® Big Bang spirea Spiraea ‘Tracy’ Type Shrub Blooms Large pink summer blooms, orange spring foliage turns deep yellow in summer and golden-orange in fall Light Full sun to part shade Size 2 to 3 ft. tall and wide Cold-hardy USDA zones 4 to 9 Heat-tolerant AHS zones 9 to 1

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The Top Trees for Small Gardens

The Top Trees for Small Gardens!

Catawba crepe myrtle. If you love violet flowers and reddish-orange fall foliage, consider planting this Crape Myrtle in your Houston, Texas garden. This pretty tree will grow to be about 20 feet tall, and does best when planted in full sun. It can tolerate cold down to single digits (unlikely in Houston, Texas) and is also disease resistant and drought tolerant. This Crape Myrtle is a good choice for an accent plant or small landscapes. It will bring birds to your Houston, Texas garden.

Despite asking the yard guy to not "crape murder" my myrtle... he did. Next year, I wiill use this guide and do it myself (and save some $$ ).

Crape Myrtle - Crape Myrtles are among the toughest, most adaptable, and showiest plants that. The dark green leaves often turn orange or red in fall. Sometimes called "the Lilac of the South", they are a beautiful branching flowering tree. The deciduous Crape Myrtle is among the longest-blooming shrubs (up to 120 days), and varies in size from dwarf to large shrubs or small trees. It has dense clusters of crinkled, crepe-papery flowers in white or shades of pink, red, or purple. Zone 6-11

Saucer Magnolia tree; so pretty! I love the bright pink, and think it'd look spectacular in my garden. Research will be done on this plant to see if it can grow in my garden.

Pink Crape Myrtle Varieties | Lagerstroemia indica, Crape Myrtle, Crepe Myrtle - TopTropicals.com

Tinkerbelle is a dwarf lilac with a pleasing spicy fragrance and incredible wine-red flower buds that open in late spring. Does well as a tree form, like is shown in this picture.

Catawba Crape Myrtle gives 3 seasons of color. Deep green leaves in spring. Mid to late summer - deep purple blooms. Tip-trim the spent blooms to encourage a longer blooming cycle. A lovely bronze coats the leaves in autumn. Any flowers left to go to seed will become dark brown seed pods. Can also be trimmed into a small tree. Mature height - 10-12 feet. Spread - 8 to 12 feet and widest at the crown.

How to Grow Crape Myrtles Growing, caring for, fertilizing, watering, propagating and more!

‘Prairie Fire’ red switchgrass. Latin name: Panicum virgatum 'Prairie Fire.' Zone 5-9

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Crepe Myrtle Pruning Tips

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