Dwarf Yedda Indian Hawthorne question
I removed 4 terribly looking boxwoods 3 springs ago right after we moved into our new house. I wanted flowering shrub that could take full sun and wouldn't get too tall. I purchased 4 drawf yedda indian hawthornes. I decided I would let them fill out before pruning. They are supposed to only get 4ft tall and 3 ft wide or so.They have done great but I have to do something with them this spring. The new growth is weighing down the limbs and the limbs are just falling over instead of staying upright.I hate to stake them, it would take a lot of stakes and look unsightly. I am afraid if I cut them back, the new growth is just gonna do this again. What should I do? I haven't ruled out removing them, but they are healthy and would atleast try to fix the problem before I resort to that.