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Making a weeping cherry tree survive over the winter in northern Indiana.

I have a lovely weeping, cascading cherry tree that I planted in a large planter in the spring and I live in Midwest and don’t want to lose it over the winter. Do I need to bring into the garage over the winter or can I just cover it with heavy plastic and leave it where it is? Thanks.


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 09/07/2017 @ 9:21 pm

The weeping cherry is hardy to minus 10 degrees, and will survive in your area naturally. If you still have concern, move it to a south facing wall or mulch it with hay. Here is an article that will help: [1]


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