Hi ya'll! I have a weeping cherry that I bought last year... beautiful, pink.
This year, it bloomed and then acted like it died. No growth. I think it got hit by a late frost. It now has new branches growing
from the top, which look pretty good. Almost all of the old branches have no leaves at all on them. When is it safe to cut the old, dead branches off?
Also, it is growing
lots of suckers. I thought, awesome! I will propagate new weeping cherry trees. I've been reading. Not likely, from what I've read. :( Boo! I did consider going ahead and cutting the suckers off, hitting them with rooting hormone and sticking them in pots... if I did this, what would I likely grow, if anything? Thanks!