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I think you have a case of a "reverting" weeping cherry. This means as if you cherry wants to go back to its non-weeping form. This is not uncommon with weeping cherries. Here are some links describing similar cases: Help, my cherry no longer weeps Weeping cherry going straight Weeping cherry tree reverting If you don't do anything, the straight ...


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I never prune my peppers, choosing instead to cage them with something like this type of cage, shown with a tomato. The cage is about 36"/1m tall and about 12"/30cm in diameter at the top. It's strong enough to hold all heavily laden branches off the ground and forgiving enough to not break the branches against the wire. This setup is particularly ...


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In the north ( eg. Chicago) ,catalpas are often severely pruned and tolerate it well ; so loosing a couple branches will do no lasting harm. I would only clean up the broken stump. Footnote : When I first went birdwatching at High Island TX, It took me awhile to figure what the 75 ft trees with flowers were because I had never seen an un -pruned catalpa ...


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