Cherry Tree 'babies'
Second question, straight after first question, in my front garden I have a gorgeous pink cherry blossom tree, and it seems to be sprouting some tiny 'baby' trees from its trunk. How do I save these if I want to try and grow new cherry blossom trees from them? And does the fact that it is sprouting these mean that the parent tree may die soon? It was planted in 1964 by previous owners and the bark does look like it is splitting now. But it looks so wonderful right now! Thanks.
- 19 Apr, 2009