"Large, long lasting clusters of snowy white crepe-like flowers at a time when few plants are in bloom."
The hardiest flowering plants I've found that work well in our hot and humid summers are the crepe myrtles.
They hold a special place in my childhood memories, too. I picked large bouquets of it from Grandmother's flower beds, and my playhouse always smelled so sweet.
So, when it came time to transplant flowers and trees from Grandmother's house in Dell to the farm, the old crepe myrtles were first on the list.
This one has grown into an absolutely beautiful bush
that will bloom all summer long.
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