Crape Myrtles bloom on new growth, so prune them in early spring before they break dormancy. Although some gardeners prune their Crape Myrtles in the fall, we do not recommend doing this. Fall pruning not only creates an unattractive look for winter but also removes the current year’s growth as a buffer against any potential winter damage. Good pruning while Crape Myrtles are young will mean less maintenance when the trees are older.
This cost is PER TREE.