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The crape myrtles are among the most popular landscape plants in Brunswick County. They are valued for their prolific summer flowers, heat and drought tolerance and year-round landscape interest. Under the right conditions, they flower all summer long.
When planted in the right location, crape myrtles can be almost pest free. There are, however, two disorders that crop up during the summer that may require control measures; one is caused by a fungus and the other is caused by an insect.
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