Weeping Atlas Cedar size question
We removed a shrub from the front of the house and now we are starting to consider a replacement for that spot. The spot is part of a bed in front of the house and the dimension is 6 ft deep and 8 ft wide. I am considering a young weeping Atlas cedar (4 ft tall) but I wonder if it will quickly become way too large for the spot. I enjoy pruning and training young trees so as long as it will stay reasonably confined in this space with pruning it will work for us. However, I haven't been able to find much information about whether pruning will destroy the shape and not enhance it. Any suggestions?