David ShawJust re shape it. It fits in the landscape just fine. Also gonna prevent stem sunscald with the dense canopy. Nothing you do is going to take out the crooks from previous pruning. Plus that is likely around the end of its genetic life span given its location.
Jeremy WilliamsYou see me now Zeb!? Lol. That WAS a very nice specimen. Still can be with some help. I wish they got that big here. There’s one in town that is almost that big and is at least 75+ years old.