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  1. Crape myrtles are very resilient and can be planted most any time of year, even in summer — just be sure to water them well. Where to plant: Crapes love the sun and are extremely heat tolerant. They should be planted in an area with at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. Some partial shade during the day is fine, but may result in fewer blooms.

  2. Jan 19, 2023 · The global labor movement lost a bright light and a pioneering leader on January 16 when Myrtle Witbooi, general secretary of the South African Domestic Service and Allied Workers Union (SADSAWU), and president of the International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF), passed away after a long and valiant battle with cancer.

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  5. myrtle Camellii striped, orange-leafed myrtle, and citron. 37. From the Cambridge English Corpus The most common plants are olives, maritime pines, oaks, myrtles, junipers. From Wikipedia Crops initially associated mainly with bushfood, such as lemon myrtle, have since broadened to become associated with essential oils and cosmetics. From Wikipedia

  6. The name Myrtle is girl's name of Greek origin. Long in our category of so-far-out-it-will-always-be-out category, once seen as a gum-cracking 1940's telephone operator, we think it's time to reassess Myrtle, and look at is as a nature name, a plant with pink or white aromatic berries. Ruled by Venus, myrtle is a plant associated with love ...

  7. myr•tle (ˈmɜr tl) n. 1. any plant of the genus Myrtus, esp. M. communis of S Europe, having evergreen leaves, fragrant white flowers, and aromatic berries. 2. any of certain unrelated plants, as the periwinkle, Vinca minor, and California laurel, Umbellularia californica. 3. Also called myr′tle green′. dark bluish green.