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Natchez crepe myrtles do well as single trees or planted in a row. Known as both the "Flower of the South" and "Lily of the South," they tolerate various climates and soils and bloom small,

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Submitted on Thursday, July 4, 2013.

Natchez crepe myrtles do well as single trees or planted in a row. Known as both the "Flower of the South" and "Lily of the South," they tolerate various climates and soils and bloom small, white flowers continuously for more than 100 days.

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