This is a wall at one of my customer's houses that was built 5 or 6 years ago. Obviously a lack of drainage combined with daily irrigation led to hydrostatic build up which has this wall ready to bust at the seems. My question is about the tree. I won't be tearing this wall down till spring and will be redoing the walls and walkway in all masonry. The weeping cherry tree is already leaning and leaking huge amounts of sap. Do you guys think it is possible to tear this wall down and rebuild without icing the tree completely? Any advice on supporting the tree through the build process? Thanks! PS, the guy who built the wall, also built the walkway. Riser is 12"!