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Jun 05, So, the best time to prune crape myrtle is in late winter or early spring - just prior to new growth emerging. For years, I've suggested this as a great time to prune them because at that time we're also pruning our roses and many other plants and trees in the landscape. Jun 09, Fall Pruning Crepe Myrtle Trees As the weather cools, growth stops and the leaves begin to fall from the trees. Pruning crape myrtles in the fall may make the plant susceptible to freeze damage.

Mar 11, Late winter (February-March) is the best time to prune crape myrtles in eastern North Carolina. Like all trees, the correct way to prune a crape myrtle involves enhancing its natural form rather than trying to force it to grow in a space that is too small or an artificial bushtrimmers.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. Dec 15, Late winter or early spring, after the last frost, is usually the time to do any major pruning of crape myrtles.

Sep 26, Your pruning is done in winter when the Crape Myrtle is dormant, between the months of December and February.

The good news is that super aggressive pruning that you might have seen around town is not actually needed to get a beautiful, healthy plant. Feb 08, With crape myrtles being a popular plant in the landscape for many people, a common question is when and how to prune them. Crape myrtles should be pruned during the winter. Many people prune in late winter, from late February into early March.

The important thing to remember is to prune crape myrtles right before new growth begins in the spring. Jun 14, A natural style of pruning will mostly address the limbs within the tree that may be keeping your crepe myrtle tree from putting on the best show it can. Things like inward growing branches, damaged branches, branches that are too close together or rubbing against each other and other minor issues that could affect the canopy of the tree.