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Why is crepe myrtle dying?

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What is the difference between a crepe myrtle bush and a crepe myrtle tree?

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How do I revive dying crepe myrtle trees?

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Is a crepe myrtle a tree?

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Where is the crepe myrtle usually found?

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Are crepe myrtle shrubs poisonous?

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How close to a house can you plant a crepe myrtle?

As close as you like.


What is the life span of crepe myrtle?

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Do crepe myrtle flowers stain cars and other items?

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Is crepe myrtle a good place for Kids ?

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What is the crepe myrtles habitat?

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