|I have a mature snowball viburnum bush, about 8-10ft tall, which I inherited from the previous homeowner. I thought it looked a little unkempt so I went in and pruned out any branches that were dead. The last two winters we have had ice storms which have caused some damage on our plants. When the viburnum greened up, I again pruned out as many dead branches as I could. When it leafed out and bloomed, the weight of the blooms pulled the branches that were left, mostly young canes, down to the ground leaving the bush looking floppy and nothing like its original vase shape I saw the first year it bloomed. How do I get this shrub to stand back up? Do I need to prune it or will it get better on its own with time? Did I prune it incorrectly?