transplanted crepe myrtles - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by txdml
May 13, 2009
We transplanted 3 crepe myrtles in the fall. Only 1 is leafing out. Though the others are still green when I scratch the bark, they have no leaves. What can I do to help them along


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Answer from NGA
May 13, 2009

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Lots of things can stress your crape myrtles and make them slow to leaf out. Give them another few weeks to respond to the weather and break out of their dormancy. Green tissue beneath the bark is a good sign - it means the branch is alive. Just be a little more patient with your crape myrtles. Best wishes with them!

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