I bought this green mound juniper from Home Depot for $12 and thought it had potential for a cascade bonsai. It was very root bound in the nursery container, so I reduced the roots and cleaned up the foliage and potted it in bonsai soil in the one pot I had available. It obviously needs a cascade/semi cascade style pot, but I thought I would let it recover for the growing season and see about obtaining a good pot for it if it stays healthy. My questions concern how to style for a cascade tree. It has one long sloping branch and two smaller sloping branches, one in the opposite side to the long one. Would these secondary branches need to be reduced to de-emphasize them? When should it be wired? Some photos to illustrate where the tree is now.