Q.Crepe Myrtle (No Foilage or Blooms)
Last year I planted a crepe myrtle bush and have been carefully tending to it this year. It is summer and it should be blooming; however, it has no leaves, it is still alive, and of course, no blooms. Could I have planted it too deep and it not have enough oxygen? What do you think?
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Your crepe myrtle should have leafed out by now. I'm pretty sure it's dead, but you can always wait and see if you get new shoots from the root.