I have a Little Gem Magnolia that was planted about 2 years ago, but had to be moved last summer about 10’ to make room for a shed. I was very careful to dig well below root level but of course it was impossible not to incur some root damage, although the center main roots were fairly intact.. Once moved it began flowering profusely. The issue now is the bare spot in the center and from what I have read, pruning is not an option. It is sprouting new shoots from the base, but the center is rather bare. We are in Central Florida and it's the dry season. Tree is watered well about once/every other week and fed 2x/year. Should I have patience and just let it do it's thing? Prune out the base sprouts to increase nutrient uptake to the top? Recommendations?