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Q.Why Is My Cherry Tree Is Not Fleshy For The Past 2 Years.

Zone Dartford, Kent | Hermes Rajendran added on July 16, 2021 | Answered

My cherry tree is maybe 8-9 yers old and has fruited well before. I planted the tree in a pot 30″ wide as I want to keep an eye on my plant. I followed the advise ofa gardening expert and bent the branches so that it will not grow very tall. it was fruiting not prolificlymaybe about 30-40 fruits. the laat year and this theno flesh at all. how can i improve my plant. my other tree Stella has leafe courle and most of the flowers fell off.

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Answered on July 16, 2021

This disease has probably infected your other tree and killed it. Many diseases that infect one stonecrop (like cherries) will infect all trees within the genus. This disease needs to be treated, or it becomes a problem for all related trees in the area. Unfortunately, your photos did not come through, so I am unable to make a further diagnosis.

Usually, container trees are killed by overwatering. It is important to monitor soil moisture. This article will help:


This article will hlep you to know some of the diseases of cherry trees and their cures:


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