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You can prune Crape Myrtles any time during the late winter or early spring before growth begins, without loss of flower buds. Everywhere you prune the plant it will sprout new growth and flower. Do not prune in early fall before the first frost. Aug 29, When To Prune. Late Winter- You'll want to prune dwarf crape myrtle shrubs in late winter or early spring, before or just when new leaves begin to emerge. That said, broken or stray branches that spoil the shape of the crape myrtle can be removed any time of year.

May 26, Pruning.

By using the method of pruning I describe below you can avoid these problems.

Crape myrtle flowers on new growth of the season, so if you choose to prune, do so in the dormant season, i.e. later winter to early spring before growth resumes. Avoid pruning in early fall before the first frost, because pruning forces new growth and keeps the plant from going dormant.

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.

Dec 10, 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. Cut off the old flowers, flower clusters, and round seed pods in July, August and September and if you keep fertilizing the plants, they will keep vigorously producing blooms until the first frost.

Crape Myrtles are the most resilient and prune-able plants we've ever come across. 1880 Wakefield MA