New to this forum as well as to gardening in general. I'm growing cherry and Brady Boy plants for the first time and was advised to trim the sucker branches from each plant. Unfortunately, I over-pruned by a mile, pretty well removing any branch that didn't have flowers or fruit. Follow up reading indicated the dangers of over-pruning. Are these plants doomed? Is there anything I can do to help them recover if necessary?
Rookie mistake I guess
The sad thing is the plants were doing so well...hope I can at least salvage some fruit.
Thanks in advance