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The Crepe Myrtle is a dicot belonging to class Magnoliopsida.
There are several different species of Crepe Myrtle; some are trees, and some are shrubs.
The difference is in the pruning. You have to prune the crepe myrtle to have a single main stem to become a tree. If it has several main stems, it becomes a bush.
Neither; It's crape myrtle.
My crepe myrtle died this year. It would have been at least 50 years old.
The domain for a crepe myrtle, as a plant, is Eukaryota.
No, crepe myrtle is not toxic to horses. However, if a horse eats too much it can cause mild gastrointestinal upset.
Not sure about that... I am sure the goats are toxic to the crepe myrtles if you give them the chance...
Originally from Asia, Crepe Myrtle (aka Crape Myrtle) was brought to to England and the United States in the eighteenth century and is now grown in warm climates around the world. In the US it is found as far north as Massachusetts.
No, crepe myrtle shrubs are not poisonous. The shrubs, also named crape myrtle commonly and Lagerstroemia indicascientifically, do not poison domesticated animals, livestock or people. The conclusion holds for contact and for ingestion.
They are Bark Lice
As close as you like.
On average 75 years old
yes, they do!
Well, crepe myrtle is a great place for kids because it serves food that is directed towards a younger audience too. They also offer their food and services for an incredibly reasonable price.
crepe myrtles are very beutiful flower blooming plants to have. it doesnt really matter when you move a crepe myrtle, just dont do it while its young. p.s. thanks for reading!
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Angiosperms is the division to which the crepe myrtle belongs.Specifically, a plant can be grouped as either an angiosperm or a gymnosperm. The former represents the division of flowering plants. The plant in question also will be found identified by the alternate spelling crape myrtle and the scientific name Lagerstroemia.