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6 edition of Myrtle blossoms. found in the catalog.

Myrtle blossoms.

by Agnes Leonard Scanland Hill

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Published by Published for the authoress by J. C. W. Bailey in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Verse and prose.

StatementBy Molly Myrtle [pseud.]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS1929.H47 M8
The Physical Object
Pagination304 p.
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6738566M
LC Control Number30003831
OCLC/WorldCa6208103

Crape myrtles (Lagerstroemia) offer the powerful triple allure of brilliant flowers (late in the season), beautiful bark, and vivid fall color. Long grown in western Oregon, they are enjoying a surge of discovery among gardeners. Often thought of as trees and shrubs for hotter climates, a wide range of cultivars have proven their adaptability in our milder summers, and others are waiting to be.   As you have probably observed, crape myrtle is a summer blooming tree, indicating that it blooms on new wood, or growth. In other words, it blooms on .

By Mary Simpson Aptly named for foliage that carries an undertone of chocolate and pure white flowers, this crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica "White Chocolate") is one of a new generation. The poem " To Blossoms " tells us that all living things must blur. It's all transient. People also come into this world, put some energy into it, and finally disappear. Every spirit therefore resembles a flower that sprouts and decorates this planet for some time and then at the end of time fades away. The poem 'To Blossoms' reflects this very fate of living beings.

In that first year, , a collection of Hill's earlier efforts appeared in book form, under the title of Myrtle Blossoms. There was nothing unusual in the volume, the merit being of a negative order. Some of the poems were very good; one critic saying:— "These poems are so harmonious, as almost to set themselves to music.".   I love my Crepe Myrtle. It has purple blooms, my favorite color. Many landscapers cut the trees back during the winter. They look ridiculous! I learned from gardening guru, Tom McCubbin, years ago that cutting the trees back is not necessary. When my tree has finished blooming, I remove the dried seed heads by hand.


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