The Q&A Archives: Weeping Cherry Tree

Question: Hi There,

I purchased a weeping cherry a few years ago and now the branches are touching the ground. Should I be trimming them?



Answer: You can prune the branches up so they are not laying on the ground. Prune them up a little higher than you want them to be. Everywhere you prune, the tree will develop two new branches. Enjoy your landscape!

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