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We should use more crape myrtles in Kentuckiana. They are not just for more warm, temperate climes. In fact, there are a great many that go unbothered by an average winter in our parts.
There is often a lull in the garden at this time. Our early-summer blooms are fading, and our late-summer garden has yet to pop.
But the crape myrtle can provide a colorful bridge between the two.
This summer blooming shrub is in full glory by the end of July through August, the months of high summer, as I like to call it.
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