‘Velma’s Royal Delight’ crape myrtle, introduced by Kansas State University, grows well in Kansas City gardens.
‘Velma’s Royal Delight’ crape myrtle, introduced by Kansas State University, grows well in Kansas City gardens. Submitted photo
‘Velma’s Royal Delight’ crape myrtle, introduced by Kansas State University, grows well in Kansas City gardens. Submitted photo
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Colorful crape myrtles are moving north as hardier varieties take root

August 18, 2017 05:41 PM

UPDATED August 18, 2017 05:41 PM

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