Crape Myrtle

Crape myrtles are one of the favorite landscaping plants in the southern U.S. North Carolina is no exception – I see them everywhere I go. They’re easy to grow, requiring little care other than pruning (to force the blooms), and come in a variety of colors.

The crape myrtles are almost finished blooming for the summer but I managed to get a fairly decent shot of this beautiful lavender one at Lenoir-Rhyne College.

Crape Myrtle

Across the Pond

I’m too lazy to write a separate post tonight, so, here’s the link to Bill Meltzer’s latest article for Across the Pond on NHL.com: Hockey in France still looking for winning edge

Heja, Micke!

Last, but certainly not least, congratulations to Mikael Renberg on his natural hat trick today!  [Photo]


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