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weeping cherry tree

by Ryan
(South Jordan UT)

Weeping Cherry Tree


I recently planted a weeping cherry tree nearly three months ago and it quickly went into a dormant stage after(what I thought was)proper watering and fertilizer each branch started to bloom with new growth. This continued for nearly two weeks. Before the leaves were fully developed I noticed the leaves slowly dying and after 5 weeks the branches are slowly dying. My watering schedule hasn't changed much but I was wondering if there was anything I could do to stop the regression of this tree?

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My Flowering Cherry tree is dying, Please help!

by Francis Hanson
(White City, Kansas)


Hi, I was looking for some answers to my questions in the web and I saw one of your answers to someone else's tree problems. I really like the way you explained the situation. My Flowering Cherry looks like is getting old but I just bought it maybe 9 months ago from Home Depot. Even the branches that look green are starting to get wrinkles like is aging somehow in a rapid way!. My soil is mostly clay but we put some good soil when we planted it. Right about April the tree had beautiful white flowers and it looked like it was doing just fine. But after that is going down hill... What should I do? I dig a little to see what was going on around the base and I see moisture clay, my mom has put some of the miracle grow and some of the root stimulator (vigoro). It seemed like it worked for a little bit but it started dying again. Should I dig the tree out and re-plant? What should I do?, Please help. Frances.

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Weeping Cherry

by Jo
(Murfreesboro, Tn)


My weeping Cherry's leaves are curling and turning brown? What can I do to save the tree?

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My Cherry Trees leaves are turning Yellow... HELP!

by Jana
(Vernal, UT, USA)

I need some tips on what I should do about to keep the tree from dying. It is in a clay/sandy area. It has grass clippings on and around the trunk. We put fertilizing stakes two feet away from our trees. This seems to be the only tree that is having problems. It is watered with a sprinkler that waters our garden. I watered the trees once a day for two weeks with hose dribbling. Please anything you can do to help me from losing this tree would be wonderful.

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Weeping cherry tree leaves turned brown

by Susan Banekr
(Morristown, NJ)

In late August this year, after prolonged heat spell, all the leaves on my
weeping cherry tree died. Someone suggested heat stroke. My concern
is that I can see no leaf buds setting, but there are two green sprouts
on the trunk.

The tree is about 4 years old and weeps sap copiously. However, when
this first occurred, I had a tree person look at it, and he said the
sap was not a problem and needed no treatment.

Have you any suggestions?

Thank you.

Susan Banker

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Weeping cherry in Shock

by Rick
(Perrysburg, NY , USA)

Bought a weeping cherry tree ( not the first one we bought).. planted it the next day. It has been almost a month and leaves are still green but drooping like it is dying.. been keeping it watered and such with no change.. asked garden shop about it and they said it sounds like it is in shock. told us what to do and still nothing now some of the leaves are falling off still green and some are turning brown... don't know what else to do. any suggestion??
sorry don't have a picture at this time

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My Cherry tree looks as if it is dying

by Harmoney
(Mill city, oregon USA)

Ok here is the scoop,
When we moved into our house five years ago there were Two flowering cherry trees in the back yard and one Cherry tree that produced fruit. one cherry three is big beautiful and thriving great. The fruit baring tree never had leaves and looked as if it was dying. When we put a new house onto our property we took that tree out as it was to close to the new house. Our house was built over a year ago. NOW the smaller flowering Cherry looks as if it is dying. The leave are ALL brown and crisp and falling off. The only thing I can think of is #1 a parasite? #2 My husband and I were spring cleaning up the and cut a bunch of. "suckers" that were growing around the bottom of the tree. The tree is now trying to grow more of these "suckers' around the bottom and these look very healthy???? I live in Oregon and we have not had a very sunny summer yet so I am sure it is getting water?

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DYING WEEPING CHERRY TREE

by Holly
(Painesville, Ohio)

I bought and planted a weeping cherry tree in April. It is now July and the tree looks completely dead. It was fertilized in the first week. I watered it every day for the first week, and now it gets watered several times a week. Unfortunately the place a bought it from does not take returns. I don't know if I should just dig it up and get a new tree, or if there is still hope. Please help.
northeast Ohio

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Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry... Leaves are dying... What should I do?

by Erin
(Oklahoma)

I planted a weeping cherry approximately 3 months ago. It is situated in a small bed in the middle of my yard along with a few ornamental grasses and two tree-type roses; all are growing in clay soil and covered with cedar mulch. The grasses and roses are thriving and blooming abundantly; the tree did too, at first. Its branches were lengthening and growing new leaves. Now, suddenly, its leaves are all turning brown and falling off. It looks awful. My husband thinks it is dead... but, I wonder if it is just in shock... I continue to water it regularly (every couple of days or so) hoping it will survive. What should I do?

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