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HAVE: Crape Myrtles

Posted by vlaming DFW (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 5, 08 at 15:33

I have about 6 crape myrtles (not sure what kind but these are pink) that i propagated from the mother 2 years ago. They did wonderful so far but i have enough, so like to trade these away for perennial shrubs such as salvias, cenizo, american beautyberry, althea.

The crape myrtles are between 1 and 3 feet and are currently still in the ground - i will dig them up during the holidays and pot.


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RE: HAVE: Crape Myrtles

I bet you'll have lots of takers if you bring them to the Ft Worth Spring Swap;
it'll be posted within about 2 weeks, to give everyone time to get plants started or dug & potted.

(I my own self am planning to start some salvia for the swap.)


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