Just planted weeping cherry this spring and it has grown a sprout up through the middle top. The leaves do not match the rest of the tree. Should I cut this off, and if so, when?
I have a large weeping cherry tree in Knoxville, Tn. I have noticed suddenly a large amount of sap and some of the bark splitting, also some brown leaves in the center. This summer has been excessively hot, 40 days in the 90s. Is this sooty canker, and what can I do?
I have a weeping cherry tree that is about 15 yrs. old and this year there is this thick molasses type sap oozing from the trunk of the tree. Is this something I should be concerned about, and if so, what do I need to do to correct the situation?
How do you determine if a weeping cherry tree is grafted or natural, and how would you prune each? Please be very specific as I have no knowledge of gardening at all.
We have a weeping cherry that has been oozing amber colored sap from the lower part of the trunk, not physically damaged (bark). What could be causing it and how do we fix it? It has been doing it for a few years and the tree still produces beautiful flowers and nice green leaves, but the amount of sap is getting worse every year. We originally suspected borers and tried Lindane, but it never really did the job. Any suggestions?
Do you trim what looks like branches growing on main trunk of tree?
We have a weeping cherry tree that is ‘bleeding sap’. There are several long runs of sap running down the trunk. What is cause and cure?
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