The Crape Myrtle, designated the official State shrub of Texas in 1997, is in bloom!! Crape Myrtles bloom from early May to late October and range in color from white to pink to red to purple to lavender. You will find numerous Crape Myrtles dotting the Spring Texas landscape. They are extremely popular due to the summer long color they provide and their easy care. Even amateur gardeners, such as myself, have been able to keep them alive and growing.
Photo taken of the Crape Myrtles gracing the banks of the 4+ acre lake at Louetta Lakes in Spring Texas
We were very lucky to have Jill helping us in finding a home in Houston this summer. She is THE... read moreWe were very lucky to have Jill helping us in finding a home in Houston this summer. She is THE best agent we have ever had in our past moves, and I have similar feedback from my colleagues whom she helped moving to Houston this summer.
We really were impressed by her knowledge about the Houston housing market and related policy, and she was always there to answer the questions we had. She was very quick to find out what we really wanted, and walked with us home by home very patiently till we found the one we like. She spent many hours with us in the design center, making suggestions from carpet colors to light fixtures. Since we moved from other states and were not in town when the house was being built, she walked through the house and sent us progress photos everyweek. Mostly impressively, she worked hard to deal with the builder on the progress and quality issues on our behalf, and in the final home walkthrough, we were amazed at the details she helped to capture and ensured the builder fix the punchlist item timely.
All in all, we are very happy to have Jill help us. We recommend JIll extremely highly, and would not hesitate to seek her help if we were in the market again. read less