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April 16, 2014 10:50 AM

How can I revitalize a weeping cherry blossom tree?

I have an established weeping cherry blossom tree in my front yard (west facing). It appears to have had better days. I think the drought a couple of summers ago damaged it. We lost one of its large limbs several years ago in a storm. Now that its flowering again, we're noticing that a good many of the tendrils are dead, though most are still alive and flowering. Is there anything I can do to help revitalize the tree/make sure that it's healthy? Thanks, Zach

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