Keep your flowering cherry tree looking good by pruning it regularly into a vase shape. This type of pruning requires regular care, pruning shears, bleach and paper towels. More »

Young cherry trees should be kept pruned such that they resemble a vase in order to distribute light and rainwater evenly, older trees require more substantial pruning to remove dead and diseased elements. It is a diffic... More »

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Common problems with cherry trees include brown rot, black knot, leaf spots, cankers and nutrient deficiencies; these trees are also prone to a number of fungal infections. Common pests include the black cherry aphid. More »

A weeping cherry tree can grow 20 to 25 feet high for a standard variety with sizes dropping by half to two-thirds that size for dwarf varieties. Weeping cherry trees are small, imported trees with aromatic, showy flower... More »

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Caring for a weeping cherry tree is not very difficult, but it does require some attention after it is first planted as well as ongoing maintenance. These gorgeous trees are known for their long branches and pink or whit... More »

A weeping cherry tree is an ornamental tree that flowers in spring with an abundance of pink or white blossoms covering arched branches. There are several varieties of the weeping cherry tree ranging in size from 8 to 40... More »

To grow a weeping cherry tree, choose a location, dig a hole, insert the tree, add mulch, and water the tree. This process takes several weeks and requires a shovel, a yardstick, a hose, mulch and a juvenile weeping cher... More »

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