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Early growth on M. Grandifloras

Posted by njoasis 7 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 22, 12 at 21:54

This is the earliest I have ever seen M. grandifloras commence new
growth. Usually, this starts in May here. Also, really early to have leaves
on Crape Myrtles. No question here, just a comment on the strange year
For us gardeners.


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RE: Early growth on M. Grandifloras

Things were progressing similarly here until the frost zapped almost everything the other day. Now my entire crape myrtle collection is completely brown and a few small trees experienced noticeable stem die-back.


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RE: Early growth on M. Grandifloras

  • Posted by jqpublic 7b/8a Wake County NC (My Page) on
    Mon, Apr 23, 12 at 1:07

If the temps start shooting up in a couple of weeks, it would be interesting to see if the crape myrtles bloom in mid-May here?!


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