A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
We should all obey the law, especially that one ;-) Beautiful.
I have never heard of these, but I love that color.
I,too am a law abiding citizen! My Crepe Myrtles always bloom later than everyone elses for some reason. Probably the gardener.
its a ca law too... but you take better pics!
These are gorgeous!
I love the laws in your area! That is one beautiful plant.
Love the vivid red color!
sure makes me miss my texas home... as our neighborhood was filled with those lovely trees. the drive into it has rows of them.. a stunning entrance indeed. thanks for sharing the beautiful pics.blessings,-Tracie
Pam - These are southern laws I can support! Common, yes. But, they are absolutely beautiful in every color.
I really like Crepe Myrtles. I think they're so pretty when they're lush and full. My gram's house has one out front. It's lovely. blessings and gorgeous piccies!
We have lovely crepe myrtles in Los Angeles too. But alas no Carabas! GREG
My neighbour had a charming pink crepe myrtle which grew over our fence. As a child I used to delight in sitting underneath. The petals would fall like fairy dust whenever a gentle breeze blew. Happy memories.
We had a BIG crape myrtle in our yard here in Brisbane. It was beautiful BUT the roots got into everything. We ended up having it removed at quite large expense. I see that a place over your side of the world has patented miniature crape myrtles - I think they look great!http://www.crapemyrtles.com/Bicolor.jpg
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