Sunday, November 4, 2012


They say that winter is the best time to be pruning the crepe myrtle. As winter is approaching, I decided to prune the crepe mantle in our back.  This one is taller than me but when I pruned it, I cut the branches that sticking up making it a little more leveled.

Most of the crepe myrtle in our neighborhood is already pruned so I guess this is the practice around here thus I am following their lead.

7 comments:

wifetoalineman02 said...

awww! trim for perfection Momi Lulu :-) am sure during spring that tree is growing healthy :-) Dropping by from BPC.

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Chie Wilks said...

i think you did a good job on it...it must have been a hard work to prune shrubs/trees like this

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""rare*jonRez"" said...

ahhh... the job that awaits you when you're a homeowner ba. nice thing to do as a maintenance sa beautiful outside. :)

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cassandrasminicorner said...

I'm happy that we don't have to trim any trees or plants in our yard:)I think you prune it properly!

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Dhemz Apdian - Dias said...

follow the leader diay ni...ehehhe!

☆♥Shydub♥☆ said...

we don't have trees in our backyard but we do have bushes in our front. nya ky dili mn ko mogawas so ako nlng pasagdan nga mamungot among bushes hehhe if you have time mami lulu include ours ky mura master naman kla sa pag trim hehehe

Emzkie said...

i was like.. what is crepe myrtle? i have to goggle it to see it in the spring season. it blooms beautiful flowers indeed. good to know u know how to prune it. =)

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