Cherry Tree with 2 different blossoms
I do not know anything at all about gardening and plants, but I love seeing the cherry blossom every spring, so about 3 years ago I bought a cherry tree for my spring time birthday that stated it would not grow too large, possibly a dwarf cherry tree but I really can't remember it's exact name. It had a maximum grow height listed on the site, and I didn't want anything which would cause issues being close to the house. Anyway it has grown really well, but I always noticed that the branch on the right looked different to the rest of the tree, this year it's now overtaken the height of the main tree and has white blossom, whereas the main tree has pink. Bit confused as to what's going on and worried the white blossom part will grow too big, should I have that branch removed completely do you think to be on the safe side?