Hi everyone, I'm wondering what the natural shape is of a Bloodgood maple? I have some experience with a Senkaki "Coral Bark" maple, which was quite upright, but my understanding is that Bloodgoods tend to grow more laterally? They certainly look beautiful in the photos I've seen. The one I have just bought from the nursery is taller and skinnier than I would have expected, with some branches turning pretty much vertical. Is this just because it was cramped in the nursery? I'm wondering if these will open up naturally or do I need to look at tying them down, pruning, etc.? Or does the lateral growth only come with age? Thanks in advance!