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Crape Myrtle liners needed

Posted by rootman zone 5/6 W.PA (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 1, 08 at 9:41

Do any of you Southern gardeners know of a nursery that will ship me bare-root/liners of Crape Myrtle, particularly the varieties: Sioux, Hopi, Velma's Royal Delight, and Natchez? I need young but well rooted plants.
All these Crape Myrtles have passed the test for winterhardiness for me here in W. PA, zone 5/6 and bloom very freely. My Crape Myrtle Project was started 7 years ago and hs been very successful, although I believe I am at the northern limit of the more winter-hardy varieties.

Thank you,


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RE: Crape Myrtle liners needed

You might want to go to and check the nurseries listed under liners and see if anyone can assist you. It's good to know area codes, because calling MI or MN might not help. I would presume most would be located in or around MS.

Here is a link that might be useful: Propagating Perennials

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