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Article: Stressed or Damaged Trees and Shrubs: Save or Replace?: Weeping Cherry

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DaylilySLP

DaylilySLP
Dearborn Heights, MI
(Zone 6a)



April 20, 2009
11:52 AM

Post #6436016

Our neighbors "HAD" the largest and most beautiful Weeping Cherry I have ever seen.
Last year they decided to landscape their yard. (It sticks out like a sore thumb).
They cut the roots of the Cherry a few feet down and right at the trunk. It promptly died.
We thought maybe it would come back this year, but ours is budding out, and theirs is not.
I will get a picture of it this weekend and post it.
I can't believe (they had professional help) people can be so stupid!
The yard looks Hideous, it is so overkill for our neighborhood, people drive/walk by and shake their heads.
Sandy

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