They do make for lovely blossoms!
So beautiful, and it brings beauty to the whole neighbourhood.
They sure look pretty and probably smell lovely.
They really are beautiful trees. You can't go wrong photographing them. Have a great 4th weekend.
I remember seeing our first Crepe Myrtle in a rest area near Ocala. I asked some passerby if he knew what it was and he looked at me as if I'd asked what a tree was -- apparently everybody knows these beautiful trees, but they don't grow in the Pacific Northwest.
They are really lovely! :)
Crepe myrtle is one of the niceties of summer.
Love the crepe myrtle Lowell even thought it may be the tree for my back garden, was worried they might get a bit big though.
They are magnificent!!
As árvores floridas são sempre espectaculares.Um abraço e bom Domingo.Andarilhar
These really are beautiful. I love flowering trees!
We were always told to trim them into the shape of an ice cream cone at the end of summer to keep the size manageable. They are lovely trees/bushes. :)
Very pretty - we don't have them here - too bad!
They are gorgeous, Lowell !
Lovely photos of Crape myrtle. Crape myrtles are very popular in Japan, too. The flowers look inspiring when they bloom gloriously despite scorching heat. Their name is “Sarusuber” (monkey-slips) perhaps due to the slippery-looking smooth bark with which monkeys can slip down and is written 百日紅 in Chinese Characters meaning “one-hundred-day crimson”. Crape myrtle will bloom soon in Nara. When I see the blossoms, I'll think of you.Yoko
Wooowww.... que preciosas están 🌸🌹🌺🌷🌸 Un abrazo.
A beautiful flowering tree to add to the landscape.MB
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