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Question: I just recently planted a snow fountain weeping cherry tree. It has no new growth or any green on it. Some branches are brittle and some are not. I am concerned that it has died. What can i do or expect to help this survive, or is this the way they are? Any advise would be great.

Answer: Cherry trees are among the first to flower in the spring and leaves follow shortly. Since it's almost July and your tree has no signs of life, I'd consider it a hopeless case. I hope you can have it replaced!

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