Ornamental Weeping Cherry Tree

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    Dian
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    Wondering why our ornamental weeping cherry tree is producing less leaves with each new spring?  We live in Wa state.


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    CatsBirds
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    The ornamental weeping cherry tree needs full sunlight to grow and bloom properly. It tolerates lots of soil types, though it prefers slightly acidic conditions and must have good drainage. Lots of nearby turf will compete for nutrients and possibly slow tree growth. Weeping cherry trees suit USDA hardiness zones between 5 and 8 inclusive. That covers much of the United States, except for very arid regions such as parts of Arizona or cooler mountainous climates such as Montana.
    Try this site, it has a lot about the trees… there could be many reasons why it is doing this.

    http://homeguides.sfgate.com/treatments-weeping-cherry-tree-yellow-leaves-54222.html


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    Dian
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    CatsBirds: Thank you for your reply.  We will begin investigating using the information you provided.  


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