Keep an eye on those limbs and, if they appear to be dead, prune them at
There are several reasonably priced paper back books on pruning. I
bought one several years ago and it increased my ability to prune properly.
I've been watching the tree <well , I've been watching them all ...>,
damage is not as bad as I originally thought . When the tree is fully leafed
I'll trim it . Kinda odd , there's damage on top of some but the underside
is fine ...
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