I wrote about this Plumeria new residence from the north garden to the east one.
It look healthy but somewhat crooked and uneven with a V shape branch that with time will probably break apart.
Before surgery I made up my mind in terms of the final look, since I have no intention of going through to the procedure a third time.
I took about an hour. The cut with a pruning saw, making sure of the correct angle for a fast scaring. Removal of the Turnera, Rhoeo, Pedilanthus and Ruellia, hand digging around the trunk to remove soil and final lift with a spade.
The branch with flowers was planted and already found a new home within 90 days...
It certainly looks better, without a tutor since the walls will help to keep it straight... .
Words of wisdom from Chairman Cajan:
You can make a crook/bended tree grow
straight if you act in a timely fashion.