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    Wheeping Cherry Tree

    My wheeping cherry tree has not bloomed in 2 years. The tree is 15 years old. Can anyone help? Many Thanks.

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    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Southern Indiana Zone 5
    Posts
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    Less nitrogen, more potash.

    From what you say, your tree sounds pretty healthy if the leaves are plentiful. Possibly you have been too kind to it? Most flowering plants put out more flowers when there is a lack of nutrients in the soil. Cut down on the nitrogen fertilizer and use only potash and it should improve in a year or two.

    This is a general fix for most non-flowering trees, hope it works with your weeping cherry.

    Good luck

    plantsinthemail

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