I have a Juniperus Horizontalis Andora that I had in a small grow flat last year. After deciding which would be the "trunk" I would keep I planned to style it this winter. Being a shrub type plant all of the branches come from the same basic place. I would remove two, leaving an upper one to style and a lower as a thickening sacrifice branch. When I say style I mean similar to the instant bonsai demos you see done often resulting in a nice small juniper that will always stay nice and small. But thats why I esatblished mine for a year in a flat and planned. I don't want to work it as heavily and maybe let it grow ito a larger tree. However near the end of the summer it seams to have become unhappy, turning purple quite early. I work with ERC some (it's free) and they can purple over quite hard and still come back in Spring like they were not hurt at all. Should I go ahead and wire it now thinking it is already a bit stressed or should I wait until it greens up in Spring. I lost a Green Mound last year from working too fast and would like to insure this one's survival. I don't mind waiting till Spring, would this be the smartest course?