Cheery tree pruning question
We have just moved into out new home, and it has 4 cherry trees in the garden. I think they must only be about 5 years old, but some of the branches have crossed and have been rubbing together, damaging both branches near their base. They have been left like this for couple of years, so I am going to prune and tidy the shape.
Should I cut off both damaged branches, leaving huge gaps in the canopy or just take one away and leave the remaining wound to heal?