I have a 14 year old cedar tree which is healthy and happy. However, it is still looking as if it has been put through for a first prize in how to look inelegant!! It is clumpy and looks like it needs a good stretch to show its charms. All the branches are close knit and it looks nothing like a cedar of Lebanon. Shall I prune it, as I am getting old and would like to see some layering as is the case with much older specimens. The bottom branches are looking almost as they should. Many Thanks !!
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Pruning recommendations are 'little pruning'. Many times the trees are cleared of bottom branching to allow for walking under.
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