Pruning baby Brugmansia
Just joined the forum after having bought my first Brugmansia. On holiday in Berlin a few weeks ago and saw these in a botanical garden, knew I just had to get one once I got home... and i did!!
I've had a search and cannot find a conclusive answer that I want (I know most newbies will say this!).
Anyway, it will be grown in a container and I've read some posts saying to cut all growth from under the 'Y' and others to only cut the leaves not the stems. I've added a picture of my new baby and as you can see there is a prominent 'Y' near the top, but another stem on the left side underneath (plus a tiny one growing at the bottom). Should I remove this stem growing on the left side and keep everything above the Y, or leave it be?
I'm after more of an ornamental tree affect that a shrub.
Many Thanks!! I look forward to perusing the forums no end!