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Crape Myrtle Pruning: Much of the crape myrtle pruning that you see around town is wrong. Your pruned crape myrtles should not look like this photo!! There is NO need to top them or do major stalk reduction. All you need to do is remove competing limbs from within the canopy so that the tree […]



Pruning: If you’re unsure of yourself, start with something simple. For example: Mow your liriope (monkey grass) down to 2-3″ to allow new growth to push through. Simply use your mower and/or weed eater. Also, be sure to prune last year’s foliage from your lenten rose, as the foliage is beginning to push through! Also, […]