Wonderful! It is amazing how it has transformed.thanks for sharingcarol
That is amazing! No way does that look like the same tree. Beautiful
I love crepe myrtles!
Gorgeous transformation. Just beautiful!
Gorgeous crepe myrtle. I'm missing ours now. Left it at the old house. Maybe I'll plant one at the new house.
What an amazing transformation! The color is gorgeous!
Oh, it looks so pretty now. Bet it smells nice, too.
Truly an ugly duckling story! Love it!
Wow, what a transformation! It's gorgeous!
NO WAY! Is that really the same tree? We have one and on it's best day isn'tas pretty as the bottom view! Any secrets to your gardening magic?
I love these photos -- amazing transformation!
That is truly AMAZING!! Would they grow in Michigan??? LOL!
wow, that is QUITE the difference!
Wow- that was an amazing transformation of beauty in this tree! Those blooms are so pretty, as is your shot. Also loved the koi pond photo. Thanks for dropping by for a visit. :-) Sue
What a difference in that tree. Never would have thought it was the same.
Aren't they gorgeous? I so love crepe myrtles. I have three...two in the front yard, [pink like yours, and one lavender] One, I just planted a couple of years ago, called "Strawberries and Cream"....it's pretty too.Thing is, I must enjoy your blossoms for now, ours have only the buds so far.
Is that a Crape Myrtle? Gorgeous! I've only seen them in garden magazines. Could be wrong about the name. Anyway, isn't it amazing how something so unattractive can become so beautiful with a little TLC? Thanks so much for commenting on my blog.
What a transformation! Gorgeous blossom tree!
Tadaa! Making a grand entrance. Beautiful and thanks for sharing.
Wow - that's a tree? I was going to ask the name but I see Kathy supplied crepe myrtle. I've never seen one before. It must be something that grows in the south. Beautiful. Isn't Mother Nature wonderful?
Mine too. We cut ours back usually in March and amaze me each year with their beauty. I love your watermelon color, ours are white and look like giant topiaries every year. Thanks for your visit.~EmilyThe French Hutch
Gorgeous!! It sure had a transformation ;)
what an amazing transformation.
I would have never guessed that the ugly duck was going to turn out to be a beautiful crepe myrtle swan! Crepe myrtles are one of my favorite trees. Gotta get me one, one of these day!Sherri:)
Wow.Just thought I'd stop in and say hi, Toots! It's been WAY too long.
Your crepe myrtle turned out great in spite of starting out as an ugly duckling. Pretty color too.Thanks for stopping by my blog.Babs
Beautiful transformation! Sherry
WOW! What a wonderful transformation! I wish my area was warm enough for crepe myrtles to survive the winter..I love their color!
Kaye, it's absolutely lovely. Awesome!
Thanks for stopping by Misc. Thoughts, Kaye! I love the transformation of your crepe myrtle! Deciduous trees are little miracles. Wonderful.Robin
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