The Natchez White Crape Myrtle is a good example of a crepe myrtle that can be trained to one trunk.

The Natchez White Crape Myrtle is a good example of a crepe myrtle that can be trained to one trunk.

White Crape Myrtle ... Lagerstroemia indica 'Natchez' hopefully getting two of these for the backyard this weekend!

White Crape Myrtle ... Lagerstroemia indica 'Natchez' hopefully getting two of these for the backyard this weekend!

CREPE MYRTLE - LAGERSTROEMIA. We have two large white Crepe Myrtles planted in our Display Garden.  Here you see one in full bloom during the first week of June. Most customers never see this display especially if they do not attend one of our Open House events in June. Some years the bloom continues until July 4th.

CREPE MYRTLE - LAGERSTROEMIA. We have two large white Crepe Myrtles planted in our Display Garden. Here you see one in full bloom during the first week of June. Most customers never see this display especially if they do not attend one of our Open House events in June. Some years the bloom continues until July 4th.

Uplifting amid the gravel are the non-trunking Aeonium ‘Mint Saucer’, Ceanothus griseus var. horizontalis ‘Diamond Heights’, Acacia cognata ‘Cousin Itt’, and Santolina virens ‘Lemon Fizz’. Grubb calls ‘Cousin Itt’ the best new plant introduction in the past 10 years. Succulents blend with other plantings along Flora Grubb's gravel path at her Berkeley home

Uplifting amid the gravel are the non-trunking Aeonium ‘Mint Saucer’, Ceanothus griseus var. horizontalis ‘Diamond Heights’, Acacia cognata ‘Cousin Itt’, and Santolina virens ‘Lemon Fizz’. Grubb calls ‘Cousin Itt’ the best new plant introduction in the past 10 years. Succulents blend with other plantings along Flora Grubb's gravel path at her Berkeley home

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