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Posted by: TreedTexas at Wed Jul 23 18:52:03 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by TreedTexas ]  
   

I have a 4 LARGE sulcatas and im going to expand the yard for them.

My question is that I have 3 LARGE Crape myrtles in the yard that would be a great source of shade for them but I cant find anywhere online that states wether these are safe or toxic for sulcatas. The Crape Myrtle has long limbs that hang clear to the ground with pink flowers and I know my sulcatas will try to eat anything colorful like that.

So is this tree/plant safe or do I need to rip them out? Thanks!


   

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