Arrowwood viburnum--pruning for overgrown?
We are restoring our backyard wildlife habitat. The above picture is the west boundary of our yard. It has a significant amount of arrowwood viburnum, with long drooping branches that touch the ground. Is this considered overgrown? Should I consider hard pruning to restore it and encourage more growth in the spring?
The right side of this photograph (white tipped leaves) is asian bush honeysuckle that is ready to be removed. There are a few others we have marked in between as well. I was considering a witch hazel in that area maybe? or chokeberry?