We bought a house 3 years ago in the gulf islands with a beautiful established garden that has been a little neglected in recent years. One of the many puzzles is our droopy Eucalyptus tree. Some of the branches are horizontal near the ends, and they bend over to within about 8 feet near the ground when loaded with snow. The tree is overall about 30 feet tall. We asked our local arborist for help, and he had some suggestions, but he doesn't have much experience with Eucalyptus trees. He suggested he prune off a couple of the most horizontal limbs, near the main trunk. Which I think makes sense, but, after copious Google research I'm confused about when to prune Eucalyptus - some websites say winter, others say in the heat of the summer, and it's about evenly split. When is the best time to prune Eucalyptus on the BC coast? Do you have any other ideas for how to care for this tree? Thank you!