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Hi Stu, As they are usually grafted trees, then yes!!

Pruning Weeping Trees and Shrubs.

You could keep pruning back the branches, I suppose: if you kept them very short, say ' in length depending on the proportion of your particular tree then you would achieve the lollipop shape which you mention, which would, at least, allow more room for the bedding and shrubs around it.

Air Circulation. Weeping trees and shrubs should also be pruned to allow good air circulation. Near the top of the plant, branches should be spaced approximately 2 inches apart.

With proper branch spacing, the wind will filter through the tree or shrub instead of pushing against it. Clearing Lateral GrowthMissing: Georgetown MA. The weeping pea tree, also known as Siberian pea shrub (Caragana arborescens"Pendula"), grows 10 to 15 feet tall with an equal spread.

Its pea-like flowers appear in May, giving way to long, seed-filled pods after the blooms fade. This deciduous tree is hardy in stumplop.buzzg: Georgetown MA.

Plant Care: Prune dead, diseased, or rubbing branches. Pruning is best done in late winter to early spring for most shrubs. With spring blooming shrubs, prune after the blooms are spent.

Weeping Peashrub is ideal for use as a garden accent or patio feature, and is recommended for the following landscape applications.

Remove up to 1/3rd of the overall shrub, keeping older branches to build up a Missing: Georgetown MA. Make 6-inch or 8-inch cuts around the shrub with a pair of hedge pruning shears. Focus on snipping growth from the top and sides of the shrub to encourage new growth and shape as stumplop.buzzg: Georgetown MA.

Find Weeping Peashrub (Caragana arborescens 'Pendula') in Boston Concord Sudbury Weston Newton Lexington Massachusetts MA at Stonegate Gardens (Siberian Peashrub, Weeping Caragana). Sep 13, Unfortunately, if you have bought a weeping tree, then it is always going to have the"weeping" form. You could keep pruning back the branches, I suppose: if you kept them very short, say ' in length (depending on the proportion of your particular tree)then you would achieve the lollipop shape which you mention, which would, at least, allow Missing: Georgetown MA.