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Old 01-14-2013, 04:46 PM
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Keith Keith is offline
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At this rate they will be blooming in early March I've already done all of mine. I've never seen a crepe myrtle damaged by cutting it in December rather than two months later.

I don't like doing them at all, but customers usually demand it. I try to convince them that the tree is just going to waste all that time putting out new growth. But they seem hell bent on the hat rack look in the winter.
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