'Don's Dwarf' Wax Myrtle
For me, buying plants is like "hauling coal to Newcastle" :)
However I am vulnerable to the same whims that everyone else is subject to.
Wax Myrtle is native to my state along the southern coastal plain. It can grow to be a smallish, evergreen tree.
I read about, and saw images of 'Don's Dwarf'. I received a dozen one quart liners yesterday. I must say, not what I was expecting. I was expecting something tight and compact, not loose and straggly.
Do you have any experience with 'Don's Dwarf' Do you think that's what I have?