Full disclosure: these pix are not from my St. Louis garden. They are what’s on view in my sister’s San Antonio backyard garden. I feel encouraged that I’ll soon enjoy the lively colors of spring in gardens closer to my ZIP code.
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March 16, 2020 at 2:49 pm
That is a pretty compelling form on the crape myrtle. It got cut back at least once, and continue the same form above, as if that is what it does naturally.
That oak is rad too. I suspect it is a red oak.