Weeping Cherry Trees

How Often Do Weeping Cherry Trees Bloom

tweat2sh added on September 3, 2014 | Answered

I recently repotted my weeping cherry tree seedling. It's only a foot tall, and I thought it was dying, so repotted it in hopes that that would help. Well, it did and now it has blossoms on the branches. Is this normal?

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Answered on September 4, 2014

Plants that are under extreme stress will often react with producing flowers -- sort of a "hail mary," from the plant's point of view. Also, your tree is a toddler, and young plants often do things older ones wouldn't. So, not too unusual. I hope you'll be able to correct the conditions that led to the tree's losing all its leaves -- most likely, not enough water. Here are 2 articles that should be useful, one on weeping cherry, and one on growing trees in containers.

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