Wind damaged Ceanothus
We've had a really nice ceanothus 'tree' (4-5 meters tall) at the end of our garden ever since we moved in, it's been blown over in the recent strong winds and part uprooted. I can see that a big root about 10cm diameter has been broken, I then found its been planted on top of a paving slab and rubble which probably added to the lack of stability. Today I had to remove about a third of the foliage and branches to save the fence it was laying of and prevent further damage. Is it worth or even possible to save it or am I better off having it removed? Any advice would be much appreciated, it looked great when it entirely turned blue every year and both myself, my girlfriend and a lot of bees like it a lot!