Is it safe to Prune Japaneese weeping cherry ?
W yorkshire, United Kingdom
I have just recieved my Prunus kiku shidare sakura (Japaneese weeping cherry)tree from mail order.The problem is--There is one big branch going up the sky which I believe going to ruin its weeping nature.The rest of the branches next to it I am quite happy with.MY QUESTION IS--Is it safe to cut that branch?If so when is the best time to do so and after cutting the branch do I need to apply anything to avoid infection?Thanks for YOUR attention.
On plant prunus serrulata kiku shidare sakura
- 17 Feb, 2010
Prunus Serrulata 'Tai Haku' (Hill Cherry)
£47.99 at Crocus