Transplanting crooked hydrangea tree & other Q
I am considering having some large plants moved. One is a peegee hydrangea tree which is leaning quite a bit. Is it possible to replant it at an angle to make it straight? As I type this the answer seems likely obvious to be no, but want to explore any chances it could be done successfully.
Another - how does one determine the best branching structure that would provide for the optimum P.G. Hyd. tree shape and height (for ex.; how many feet off the ground before branching, is there ever a strong leader or is there always just a branching off in all directions, etc.)
One of my P.G. trees has a couple of rather large branches/suckers just a foot or less up from the base that I've missed - ok to try to cut or saw off?