What to Do When a Weeping Cherry Is Not Thriving

According to the University of Florida Extension, weeping cherry trees are prone to problems, particularly in dry soil. If yours is not thriving, check that it has adequate moisture and fertilize on a regular basis. Your local cooperative extension office can help you diagnose pest or disease symptoms.

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