Here in Georgia the weather was 89 degrees in March, and the leaves developed on my two Crepe Myrtles. Of course, the temperature dipped to the high 20's for three days straight. Now the leaves on my myrtles are sagging and wilted. My question is this:
Will new leaves grow when real spring gets here? Or will the tree die when the temp shoots back into the 80's next week and the tree has no leaves? I mean, if this happens every year, theoretically there would be no mature Crepe Myrtles because the "false Spring" of growth and then killing frost would wipe them out every year. How hardy are Crepe Myrtles?