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BROOKLYN, ny
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Question by obaez58014
June 20, 2006
I RECEIVED MY WEEPING CHERRY TREE ON MAY 12, 2006 AND I PLANTED IT RIGHT AWAY. AND I DON'T SEE MUCH GROWING GOING ON. THE LITTLE TREE LOOKS THE SAME AS WHEN I PLANTED HIM. PLEASE ADVISED WHAT I COULD DO.

THANKS
OLGA BAEZ
(BROOKLYN NY)


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Answer from NGA
June 20, 2006
If your tree is leafy and green, it is probably just fine. Most trees put on their new growth for the year early in the season. And a new tree puts most of its energy into rooting and becoming established in the new location, so you would not see much new growth.

If your tree was a dormant bare root plant and it has not leafed out yet, it may be dead. In that case I would suggest you contact your retailer.

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