I'm a novice in the garden and this is my first go at JM's. I have a young Ukigumo already and picked up another for my dad for fathers day. While at the nursery we saw a beeeeeautiful example of what this tree can look like with proper care and tending. The first two pics attached show the example tree at the nursery. My tree is very slender and tall and not at all bushy, but has great color (IMO) for the leaves. The other young tree we picked up for my dad has stockier/denser growth but the leave color is all off. It's my understanding that over-fertilization and/or a fresh transplant can cause this rapid growth and undesirable coloration so I'm not too concerned about that. I am assuming that if we transplant it for my dad this year and don't over-fertilize next spring the leaves will pull out like my current youngster. Is this correct? My last question is about pruning. I prefer that stockier, fuller look of the tree we picked up for my dad. Can I achieve this on mine through pruning? Thanks!