The Q&A Archives: Weeping cherries

Question: I just purchased a weeping cherry at a HD in our area. It does not have any leaves on it and the branches look dried out. The Garden shop employee said it was probably

Answer: Cherry trees are usually in bloom in early spring, followed by leafing out. It's June and if your new tree is not showing any signs of life, I think it should be replaced. I'd return it for one that is showing signs of life.

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