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S1S4, S3S6 and others are Pollen Groups for Cherries. Only some species of Cherry tree are capable of pollinating themselves (such trees are referred to as self-fruiting, or self-pollinating). However many are not, and because Cherry trees are produced by grafting, other trees of the same variety are, genetically speaking, the same plant. If 2 Cherry trees ...


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Typically Yellowing of leaves is a sign of magnesium deficiency. The solution is to dissolve some epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) about a Tablespoon per gallon of water and apply to the plant in it's next watering.


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They're dying of thirst - I don't know what you mean by a 'cup' but if you mean like a teacupful, that's nowhere near enough, it won't even be reaching the roots. If its 20degC and sunny in the day, they probably need a litre or two every other day if not daily when it's hotter, assuming the pots have drainage holes for any excess to drain away. Give them a ...


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Various species and varieties have different typical flowering durations, but there's generally a good amount of similarity. Some cherry trees, eg some mature older variety sweet dark cherries, may sometimes flower quite intensively for over a week, some branches on the same tree flowering predominantly several days apart. And for the same tree, production ...


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No, don't add compost or other similar material to the height of the red line (red line is actually the place of your graft, the place where the rootstock and the scion meet). By doing this, you will risk that your tree develops roots from the scion (the part above the graft), which would defy the purpose of having a graft. In addition, any change of soil ...


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I think you have a case of a "reverting" weeping cherry. This means as if you cherry wants to go back to its non-weeping form. This is not uncommon with weeping cherries. Here are some links describing similar cases: Help, my cherry no longer weeps Weeping cherry going straight Weeping cherry tree reverting If you don't do anything, the straight ...


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