Start cleaning and pruning broken branches carefully. Priority should be given to small broken branches. Then, remove all loose branches from the ground to prevent accidents. Tie a rope around the branch and wrap it around something sturdy, such as a tree trunk.
Your friend on the ground can hold the rope to prevent the branch from falling off once you've cut it. Half of my sharon bush rose has dead branches. The shrub is about 25 years old; 8 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Should I cut the branches now or remove the entire shrub from its roots? I would greatly appreciate your advice.
Not only did he remove the branches from the bottom, but he also removed several branches in the middle of the trees.