Yes! There is a RIGHT and WRONG way to care for Crape Myrtles.

Have your Crape Myrtles been “Crape Murdered”? We can help repair your headed crape myrtles and train them to return to their former beauty. We can also treat for Aphids (which cause that black sooty-look on your bark), scale, white-fly, and other insect nuisances plaguing your crape myrtles. 

Crape Myrtles flower best in hot, full sun.

Crape Myrtles prefer well-draining soil.

Proper pruning techniques, versus "heading" the plant, will help contribute to the overall health of your Crape Myrtle tree.

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