My new home has a dwarf weeping cherry tree that appears to be just a year or two old...about 6 feet tall. One of the top branches is not weeping. It is about two and a half feet long, and sticks up and out (as if pointing between the numerals one and two on a clock face), and its leaves are a bit different than on the rest of the tree (bigger, less glossy). What does this mean? What can be done about it?
Weeping Cherry Tree
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
It may be from improper pruning.