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Wordless Wednesday: Unique Exfoliated “bark marks” on ‘Natches’ Crape Myrtle
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Natches has always been my favorite; it’s an all-season beauty. What is the small tree behind with the yellow foliage?
I don’t know the tree behind the crape myrtle. This photo was taken at Maple Walk, a fabulous garden here in Charlotte. Owners Tom Nunnenkamp and Lib Jones have created a real showcase…including over 90 maple varieties and over 24 dogwoods. You can find other photos of this garden in the November Carolina Gardener.
So very beautiful! Wish I could see it in the life.
Thanks, Cathy. Some crape myrtles do leave beautiful color when they exfoliate. Others are simply bland. Hope you will be able to see them in their glory.