The Q&A Archives: Spacing

Question: I want to line my circular driveway with Yoshino Cherry Trees. Is there a recommendation on the spacing between trees?


Answer: These trees should grow to spread about twenty five feet wide, so plant them at least that far apart at a minimum. They also tend to be low branched so make sure you plant them far enough back from the drive to avoid hitting the branches with taller vehicles such as delivery trucks or a moving van. Wider spacing also allows ample space for their roots to grow into -- roots tend to spread further than the branches. Enjoy your trees!

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