2009-04-09 / Community News
Q. A while back you wrote about a tree known as a Texas Lilac. Do you remember what the tree was and where I might find one? A. The Vitex, Chaste tree or Texas Lilac is a large shrub that has purple or white flower spikes in the summer. It does best in full sun and can be trimmed back after the initial bloom period to stimulate another flush of blooms.
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