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I've never started crape myrtle from seeds so can't provide much advice on that, but since 'Muskogee' is a named cultivar it likely won't come true from seed. So you may end up with plants with a little different flower color, size/growth habit, less resistance to things like powdery mildew, etc. Just wanted to make sure you knew that in case you had your heart set on your seedlings growing up to look a certain way.