Crape Myrtle Information Database

Type
Tools and Apps
Offered by
Aggie Horticulture
Pink crape myrtle flowers

Overview

The Crape Myrtles for Texas database provides information on crape myrtles related to growth habit, bloom color and height.

Contact

Larry Stein
Professor and AgriLife Extension Horticulturist
Address: 1619 Garner Field Rd.
Uvalde, TX 78801

M-F 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The Crape Myrtles for Texas database provides information on crape myrtles related to growth habit, bloom color and height so that consumers can select a cultivar for their landscape needs.

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