Hi! It's after midnight and I have insomnia. I thought I'd share one of my trees in development. This is a Pink Pixie from a cutting. I've been letting it go for over a year now, just slip potting it into larger container when necessary. I think it's getting ready to start it's spring growth spurt, and I'm thinking about some pruning to direct growth. I don't know how that s-curve formed, I sure didn't do it. It may have been the weight of the upper trunk last summer. I was thinking of cutting it back at #1, with a planting angle change of course and growing it out. Or, cut #2 and wiring the left hand branch down and around into more of a semi-cascade or something, maybe more like a literati with upward movement. I would of course root any trunk sections removed because hey, more trees. Can anyone see any potential options that I don't see? Maybe try to compress the curve into a tighter bend or something?