- n. Plural form of myrtle.
“At the farther end are several artificial trees; such as myrtles; oranges, &c.”
“Not only does Messiah stand among His people (the "myrtles," Zec”
“Crepe myrtles blossomed primly along the brick-paved Main Street, where every other store front was empty.”
“Our beautiful crape myrtles are a prime example of shrubs that are very late to come out of winter dormancy, so be patient.”
“Some varieties leaf up earlier than others, but many crape myrtles stay dormant (read: “Looks dead as a doornail”) until mid - to late-May.”
“Last week, I was getting ready to turn the compost when I noticed that the crepe myrtles were putting out shoots.”
“Can crepe myrtles be easily moved, or should I not risk it?”
“All around me, I notice gardens bursting with bright pink colors of crepe myrtles, orange day lilies, lilac and burgundy rose of Sharon, and sweet scented phlox.”
“(Soundbite of film, "Walk The Line") Ms. REESE WITHERSPOON (Actor): (As June Carter Cash) (Singing) Oh I'll twine with my mingles and raven black hair, with the roses so red and the lilies so fair, and the myrtles so bright with the emerald dew, the pale and the leader and eyes look like blue.”
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