|Our rear fenceline a few years ago: That's a crape myrtle in the middle flanked by wax myrtles on either side, with a small sage and two loropetalums in the foreground. |
See this 2011 post for information on fence staining.
Fast forward two years and my evidence for the non-murdering approach becomes even more compelling (I think):
You'll notice another change relative to my 2012 pictures.
Landscaping made easy: Part 1, that's the beauty of wax myrtles - you can do whatever you want with them at whatever time. They can be pruned any which way and they will usually thrive, because they are especially versatile that way.