This sounds like a bit of an abortion in terms of how the plant may.
Just a little pruning advice. When you do shorten the smaller leader, remove all the shoots off of it that are growing inward and thin the others to"appear" as they are side shoots sorta matching how the other side of the tree, looks. Get it looking balanced, as a tree would with one leader.
Look for balance among the size, length and distribution of the remaining branches.
That's a very nice tree. Prune one of the branches to a length of 6 to 10 inches. Gently bend the limb to an upright position and hold it in place with a stake and string (Fig.
8B). Finally, prune the other branches in the whorl back to restore the pyra-midal shape of the tree. Pruning pines will stimulate bud development from the needle bunches below each cut. These buds willFile Size: KB.