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Weeping cherry tree may be destroyed

A large tree fell on my weeping cherry tree. All that is left is trunk and about 5 limbs that are 1 to 2 feet long. Is there any certain way to trim end of limbs so tree will grow back?

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#1 Comment By AnnsGreeneHaus On 11/07/2013 @ 7:40 pm

At this point, the only thing I’d recommend is recutting the limb where it’s broken. With a smooth end, pathogens and pests will have a more difficult entering limb tissue. You might want to seal the fresh cut with ”tree sealer” or paint.

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