Remove all the dead or dying branches during winter. Scratch the bark to see where live wood starts. If it’s alive, it will be green, and if dead, it will be brown. You can remove the dead branches any time but it is commonly done during winter.
Improper pruning can lead to the loss of your weeping cherry tree. Following the step-by-step guide on how to trim should help you get the right results.
With a bit of practice, this task will become less daunting and more enjoyable. And the results of your work shall be evident with every blooming season.