2 replies to “Prunus serrulata – Japanese Flowering Cherry ‘Kwanzan’ bark in August

  1. My front lawn Cherry Tree looks like this, but it’s larger and older, probably 60 years plus Is it sick and if so, any remedies? Thank you

    1. Your best bet would be to call a local arborist and have them look at it. An arborist will exam the tree for structure flaws, insect problems and disease problems. They can treat the tree if it needs to be done. Testing the soil around the tree could be a valuable tool to make sure the tree is getting the nutrients it needs. If your tree is 60 years old and in your lawn then that’s a good tree! I would definitely take care of it.

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