Cherry Blossoms: Everything You Need To Know Before Planting - House Digest (2023)

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Enchanting and ancient, cherry blossoms (Prunus serrulata) have been a distinctive symbol of spring and restoration for centuries. Commonly linked with Japanese art and culture, the flowering cherry blossom tree, or Sakura, is an awe-inspiring beauty often used as a decorative display in gardens, landscapes, parks, and borderlines around the globe. A national symbol of Japan, cherry blossoms actually originated centuries ago in China's Himalayan territory and was initially introduced to Japan during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907), per China Daily. Cherry blossom trees were first presented to the United States in 1912. Tokyo's Mayor Yukio Ozaki granted approximately 3,000 cherry blossom trees to the nation's capital of Washington D.C. to signify the friendship between Japan and the U.S. (viaArlington National Cemetery Tours).

Why plant cherry blossom? When these flowering trees bloom, they add an aesthetic quality to your springtime garden unlike any other tree. According to Japan-Guide.com, many wild cherry blossoms, including some cultivated varieties, show flowers with five petals, although some have 10 or more like the late-blooming yaezakura. The flowers of the cherry blossom often bloom in an assortment of pink hues and white tones, and do not generally produce fruit. Lovely and ornamental, cherry blossom trees grow between 20 and 40 feet high with canopies that may spread 15 to 30 feet wide and can live up to 40 years. Read on to learn more about how to cultivate your own cherry blossom trees!

How to use cherry blossoms in the garden

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Cherry blossom trees develop in subtropical to temperate locations worldwide, but it's important to know the USDA zone you reside in before attempting to establish one. With hundreds of varieties, cherry blossoms have acclimated to zones 5 to 8 in the United States, as per The Tree Center. Cherry blossoms prosper in rich, fertile soil that drains well. A way to attain this is to place your tree on a higher ground level instead of a low-lying section. A true centerpiece, your Sakura will elegantly fill a space in any garden landscape that suits its estimated growth size and planting conditions.

Although, if you don't want your tree as visible in the off-season when it appears less lively, you might want to plant it to the side of your lawn. Cherry blossoms are deciduous plants in which they lose their leaves for a portion of each year. The blooming season extends to about a month at a time, but the flower itself is rather fleeting (up to a week). Also, try including it with other flowering trees or shrubs. This will help balance the appearance of your garden blooms with those plants that bud earlier and those later. Wherever you decide, make sure to place it where it will receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight each day. They can survive in partial shade but thrive in direct, unfiltered sunlight.

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How to grow cherry blossoms

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Cherry blossom trees are relatively low maintenance to grow and maintain. This is because your cherry blossom tree thrives in various soil conditions, including sandy, loamy, or clay (acidic or alkaline), per The Tree Center. However, it's prone to root rot and won't like being soaked, so make sure the soil is well-draining. When planting, make sure to place it 10 to 20 feet from other plants, trees, and foliage, including other buildings or structures. Even though the flowering tree needs lots of direct sunlight, it's mildly drought tolerant. If location options are limited, partial shade is tolerable.

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When should your cherry blossom be planted? To ensure your tree's longevity, plant after the last frost (viaGarden Design). Dig a hole as deep as the tree's root ball or container, then dig around twice as much as its width. After placing it in the ground, make sure the crown of its roots is even with the surface of the dirt. You might try scattering a thick layer of mulch around the base to help retain water intake (3 to 4 inches). This will comfort your cherry blossom during dry spells while keeping those bothersome weeds away. If the soil is mostly clay, add some organic matter like compost or peat within the dirt or on the surface. You might attach a tree stake for extra support to keep it sturdy while becoming established.

How to care for cherry blossoms

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No more than light upkeep is necessary once you've established your cherry blossom tree, although paying attention to its watering requirements is essential. Water thoroughly every other day during the initial week it's planted to support its foundation. In the second week, soak it entirely two to three times. Then, give it a thorough drink consistently each week for the duration of its first season, per Gardening Know How. From there, your cherry blossoms should thrive on rainwater.

Pruning your cherry blossom tree is a prosperous act. Establish the tree's expected shape and size by pruning it in the dry, dormant season; you can start after its first blooms appear. First, remove any broken, rotted, or dead limbs present. Use a sharp pair of shears, clippers, or loppers, and a pruning saw if obtainable. Clip back to the branch collar without damaging the bark around the original cut. Limit the pruning after a few years, as this will prompt more growth than needed, per Green Garden Guy. Whatabout fertilizer? Fertilizing your ornamental cherry tree truly depends upon the fruitfulness of the soil and the tree's maturity. If you think your soil lacks any nutrients, SF Gate suggests getting a soil test. This will determine which nutrients might need to be supplemented. For slow growth, use a low-nitrogen fertilizer. Adding too much nitrogen may damage the roots and cause the tree to grow greens rather than blossoms.

Cherry blossom varieties

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Several species of cherry blossom trees flower, and they yield diversified blossoms. According to Portland Nursery, they are part of the larger genus group Prunus spp., which includes almonds, apricots, cherries, peaches, and plums. Ornamental "flowering cherries" are grown in the United States, and do not generally produce fruit. These are five of the most common cherry blossom tree varieties:

  • Somei Yoshino "Yoshino Cherry" (Prunus x yedoensis) – With rich pink petals, this is the most popular and widely planted Japanese cultivar. Garden Design notes it grows well in chilled climates (zones to 5 to 8).
  • Kanzan( Prunus serrulata)– This is a popular Japanese cherry cultivar often seen in Washington D.C. along with the Yoshino. Susceptible to disease, it is short-lived (15 to 25 years), yet has large blooms with deep pink petals.
  • Yamazakura (Prunus jamasakura) – Also known as Mountain Blossom, this cherry blossom grows naturally in the wild and blooms delicate pink/white flowers with five petals.
  • Kiku-shidare-zakura (Prunus serrulata)– This cherry blossom's name translates from Japanese as "weeping chrysanthemum cherry" (via Gardenia). It produces charming pink layers of blossoms in mid to late spring.
  • Yaezakura(Prunus serrulata)- Also known as Double Blossom, this Sakura is a late bloomer with two layers of petals, between 10 to 50. The colors vary from brilliant white to vibrant pink. Blooms two to four weeks after most five-petaled categories.

Are cherry blossoms toxic?

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At the end of March into the beginning of April, you'll see your cherry blossoms start to bloom. But are they toxic to consume? For dogs, the answer is definite. Experts at Dog of the Day emphasize that all parts of the tree, including the blossoms, leaves, and stems are noxious to dogs. Prunus serrulata contains cyanogenic glycosides, a toxin that prevents oxygen from being transported to the cells properly. Look for signs of dilated pupils, bright red gums, vomiting, muscle weakness, or difficulty breathing (via Pet Poison Helpline). If so, take them to the vet as soon as possible.

This goes for cats as well. The cherries themselves may be fine, but cyanide poisoning from other parts of the tree can be present 15 to 20 minutes after consumption. As for humans, the same toxicity risks apply. On the other hand, humans can enjoy the delicate flavor of the Japanese cherry blossom itself through different sweets, teas, and cocktails, including various mochi cakes and cookies. As for consuming actual cherries, flowering cherry blossom trees are planted more for their appearance rather fruit production, notes Country Living. And, although some produce fruit closely related to edible cherries, these trees are still usually grown more for splendor.

How to repot cherry blossoms

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Cherry blossoms are not generally used as house plants, but all things are possible. If you decide to grow yours in a pot, you might place it on an open balcony or terrace. Any further inside, consider a smaller bonsai or dwarf variety. When should you repot? Signals of readiness may be because it's not looking as healthy as it began, or the roots are visibly growing out the bottom of the pot. The Spruce recommends repotting in the springtime before it has officially bloomed. This will give your tree time to strengthen its root system earlier on. Doing it in the winter may also assist in maintaining the well-being of the roots. Whenever you decide, make sure to water it a couple days prior to transplanting.

Use a deep, well-draining pot that is twice the size of the original. Loosen the soil around the tree and pull out the base carefully. Add soil to the bottom along with organic compost, if available. Water it through and continue for the first several weeks. Be sure to include as much of the root ball as possible. Bonsai Boy suggests raking back some of the soil to help prune the roots (no more than a ¼ of the tree's root mass). Repotting your tree will supply it with renewed energy and a solid base.

Keeping your cherry blossom healthy

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Again, light pruning is acceptable in the summer, but the best time is in the winter, although too much trimming may be damaging. According to LawnStarter, several Prunus trees and shrubs like cherry blossoms can become affected by various tree diseases like silver leaf fungus. Most often, this affects cherry blossom trees because of too much pruning. Look for a gray or silver layer on the leaves. Remove the infected branches or areas as soon as you can. Prune at least 4 inches below from where the fungus exists. Another ailment cherry blossoms may deal with is black knot fungus. This appears as black gall swellings or knots. The knots often spread in the spring and are usually caused by windy and rainy weather. To help treat black knot fungus, cut away the branches and limbs where the knots are visible to the same depth of 4 inches. Burn the pieces after removal to prevent any further spread of the disease, advises Gardening Know How.

Other fungi-related issues might include blight, canker, and powdery mildew. Also, be aware of pests and insects that might injure your cherry blossom. Aphids, scales, and spider mites are known to battle against the "Kwanzan" cherry blossom. SF Gate suggests hosing them off with water; no chemical treatment is needed. Draw lacewings, wasps, and ladybugs near to feed on the unwanted visitors.

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FAQs

What is the best month to plant a cherry blossom tree? ›

Trees are usually planted bare-root between November and March, but you can plant container grown trees any time of year. Summer is best avoided as you will need to ensure they are adequately watered in dry, warm weather.

What is the best soil for cherry blossom trees? ›

Sandy, loamy, or clay soils will all support the Cherry Blossom, so long as they drain well. The Cherry Blossom should not sit in standing water. In drier climates, some gardeners find that planting the Cherry Blossom Tree is full shade makes maintaining properly moist soil difficult.

How do you plant cherry blossoms? ›

How to plant cherry blossom trees. Plant your cherry blossom tree in rich, fertile soil that is acidic rather than alkaline. Space your trees 10-20 feet away from each other or other structures or plants. Dig a hole that's roughly two feet around by one foot deep, and dig some compost in the hole before planting.

What does a cherry blossom need to grow? ›

Cherry Blossom Trees need lots of sunlight and soil that is rich and fertile, check the growing zone recommended for your species of Flowering Cherry. Experts suggest choosing a spot in the garden or yard that provides at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day.

How long does it take for a cherry blossom tree to fully grow? ›

An ornamental cherry may start to blossom at any time between its first and third years, and will reach its full, lavish display in five to seven years.

Can cherry blossom trees grow in pots? ›

Cherry Blossom trees like a sunny and sheltered position, so growing compact varieties in pots on a sheltered patio is ideal. They don't tolerate wet soil well, so in autumn and winter it is worth using pot feet to help them drain better.

How long does cherry blossom last? ›

Cherry blossom season lasts for about a month every spring and is always dependent on the weather. Early March to early April is generally a good rule of thumb when you're looking at the calendar and hoping to see blooms. Most cherry blossom trees bloom for one to two weeks during the season.

How long do cherry blossom trees live? ›

Most cherry blossom trees only live for 30 to 40 years, according to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (which is home to some of the oldest cherry blossoms in the United States). But some species can live longer: black cherry trees can live up to 250 years.

What kind of fertilizer do you use for cherry trees? ›

Cherries are generally light feeders, so a 5-10-10 NPK is recommended for larger trees planted in the ground. However, if your tree is planted with other well-fertilized plants in your garden, chances are there is already enough nitrogen present in the soil. In this case, a 0-10-10 fertilizer will work well.

Are cherry blossom tree roots invasive? ›

Conclusion. Cherry tree roots can be invasive, but when growers choose the right planting location and the right rootstocks, they can avoid many potential problems. When cherries are planted away from existing structures, planned construction, and other trees, their root systems are unlikely to be cause for concern.

How long does it take for cherry blossom seeds to sprout? ›

The potting substrate you use should be evenly moist but not wet for the entire germination period. Cover the cultivation container with a translucent foil or glass. To avoid mold on the soil, briefly ventilate the pot every 3 days. Germination is about 4 – 10 weeks.

When should you plant cherry trees? ›

Plant cherry trees in early spring or late fall (when the ground is soft and has a higher moisture content) in a sunny site with good air circulation and deep, well-drained soil. Apply mulch and water well.

How do you take care of cherry blossoms? ›

Water when needed, but do not overwater. See when the top of the soil is dry and then water deeply. Do not wait for too long in between watering to avoid drought stress. Prune your cherry blossom tree when you see diseased leaves or branches.

What do I feed my cherry blossom tree? ›

Feed with a general granular plant food in spring. Unless essential, it is best not to carry out any pruning. If pruning is needed, it should be carried out when the tree is actively growing – from May to August – to prevent problems with bacterial canker and silver leaf diseases.

Can I grow cherry blossom from a cutting? ›

Propagation Methods

The three methods used to propagate the Japanese flowering cherry are softwood cutting, air layering and grafting. The most common method is softwood cutting, but air layering can be performed to quickly establish a tree with mature characteristics.

How much water does a cherry tree need? ›

Cherry Trees enjoy moist soil. They need an inch of water every two weeks while they're young. It may be a good idea to keep up with the rainfall with weather reports, or a rain gauge to see how much rainwater your trees are getting. During times of drought, your trees may need a little extra water.

Are cherry trees hard to grow? ›

Of the two sweet cherries are the more difficult to grow, but if you are willing to commit to some hand holding there are modern varieties that are easier than old-fashioned types like ‘Bing'. Tart cherries are more disease resistant, cold tolerant, accepting of poor soil and reliably self-fertile.

Can cherry blossom trees grow indoors? ›

Cherry blossom trees are great choices for indoors. They are easy to maintain in comparison to many indoor plants and have beautiful flowers every spring. That said, even healthy cherry blossom trees benefit from a bit of time outdoors, especially in the summer and early fall.

How do you prepare a soil for a cherry tree? ›

Dig a hole large enough around so that all of the roots can spread out and lay flat. Dig down 4 feet, and mix the soil you dug from the hole with well-rotted compost. This will increase drainage in the soil, as well as adding a source of nutrients in the future when the compost breaks down.

How do you keep a cherry blossom tree small? ›

Shorten all the main branches by about a third. Choose one or two sideshoots on each main branch and shorten these by about a third. Remove any spindly or badly placed side-shoots, and shorten any that remain to about four buds. Third spring: Shorten new growth on all major shoots by about two-thirds.

Do cherry trees bloom twice a year? ›

Autumnalis is the only Cherry Blossom Tree known to consistently bloom twice in a year. This wonderful cultivar is extremely popular worldwide due to its unique fall/winter appeal and is known by different names in different locations, including Winter-Flowering Cherry, Higan Cherry, Pendula and the Rosebud Cherry.

What do cherry blossoms symbolize? ›

Cherry blossoms are a symbolic flower of the spring, a time of renewal, and the fleeting nature of life. Their life is very short. After their beauty peaks around two weeks, the blossoms start to fall. During this season in Japan, people like to have cherry blossom parties with colleagues, friends, and family.

Are cherry blossoms edible for dogs? ›

Cherry Blossoms

Cherry blossom trees are commonly found in Japan but the beautiful trees are now trending in American backyards. The stems, leaves, and blossoms are all poisonous to your dog.

What is the difference between a cherry tree and a cherry blossom tree? ›

The main difference between Cherry Blossom and Cherry tree is that Cherry Blossom is an ornamental plant and its main advantage is beautiful flowers. The cherry tree is primarily a fruit plant that is grown for the production of tasty berries. Sour cherry is selected from the species Prunus cerasus.

Do cherry blossoms smell? ›

Cherry blossom trees typically have an incredibly short blooming season, lasting only between early March and even into April for up to a ten-day period. During this time, cherry blossom trees do smell when in bloom. The blooms and their flowers give off a very faint scent of vanilla, lilac and rose.

Is cherry blossom a flower or tree? ›

A cherry blossom, also known as Japanese cherry or Sakura, is a flower of many trees of genus Prunus or Prunus subg. Cerasus. They are common species in East Asia, including China, Korea and especially in Japan.

Do cherry trees like coffee grounds? ›

Coffee grounds contain nitrogen, phosphorus, magnesium, and copper, all of which are essential to fruit trees. They also raise the pH level in the soil, which is good for the health of the plant. Most fruit trees require slightly acidic soil, so adding coffee grounds will help them thrive.

How can you tell if a cherry tree is overwatered? ›

Signs Of Overwatering Trees
  1. The area around the tree is constantly wet.
  2. New growth withers before it's fully grown or becomes light green or yellow.
  3. Leaves appear green but are fragile and break easily.
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How far should I plant a cherry tree from my house? ›

Wall-trained trees should be planted at least 20cm (8 inches) from the wall to allow for the radial growth of the trunk. To keep root problems to a minimum, dig the planting hole about 20cm-40cm away from the wall, and lean the young tree into the wall, so that the roots are away from the base of the wall.

Can I plant a cherry tree next to my house? ›

Cherry trees, like other trees, can pose a danger to homes, garages and other buildings if you plant them too closely. High winds and rain storms can break branches, causing property damage if they fall on structures. Space cherry trees at least 15 feet away from all buildings on your property.

How do you get seeds from a cherry blossom tree? ›

Rinse the Sakura (Cherry Blossom) seeds gently in a sieve. 2. Use a gardening glove and soak the Sakura (Cherry Blossom) seeds into the 10% hydrogen peroxide solution for about 10 minutes. * This step is optional but it helps prevent possible molding drastically.

Do you have to dry cherry seeds before planting? ›

Preparing and planting cherry seeds in the spring: Put seeds in a bowl of warm water. Let them soak for a few minutes and then gently clean them to remove any bits of fruit pulp clinging to them. Spread the seeds out on a paper towel and let them dry for five days.

Can I grow a cherry tree from a pit? ›

You can grow cherries at home using pits from locally grown cherries, but fruit production will take longer using this process. Use pits from cherries that are grown locally or purchased from the farmer's market. Avoid using the pits from grocery stores as they may not be compatible with the climate in your area.

Do cherry trees need full sun? ›

Cherry trees thrive in a location that gets full sun and has a well-drained, fertile soil. “Full sun” is defined as at least 6 to 8 hours of sun each day. Sunlight is critical to fruit production and quality, and also helps keep fungal issues from getting a foothold.

Do cherry trees need male and female? ›

Do cherry trees have male and female? No, you don't need to plant both a male and female cherry trees together. All cherry trees are either all-male or all-female so it's not necessary to have both sexes next to each other.

How do you start a cherry tree? ›

Put two to three pits into a small container filled with planting medium and water the seeds in. Keep the soil moist. When the cherry seedlings are 2 inches (5 cm.) tall, thin them, removing the weakest plants and leaving the sturdiest seedling in the pot.

When can I take cuttings from a cherry tree? ›

Semi-hardwood cuttings are taken from the tree in the summer when the wood is still slightly soft and partially mature. Hardwood cuttings are taken during the dormant season when the wood is hard and mature.

How tall do cherry blossoms grow? ›

The flowers of the cherry blossom often bloom in an assortment of pink hues and white tones, and do not generally produce fruit. Lovely and ornamental, cherry blossom trees grow between 20 and 40 feet high with canopies that may spread 15 to 30 feet wide and can live up to 40 years.

What month do cherry trees produce fruit? ›

Cherry trees bloom in the spring and bear cherries in late May, June, or early July. A sweet cherry tree will bear fruit 5 to 9 years after planting, while a sour cherry tree will bear fruit 4 to 6 years after planting. Of course, the time that a cherry tree blooms and bears fruit will depend on the climate.

Can you root cherry tree in water? ›

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Can you grow a tree from a branch? ›

Rooting a branch to grow a new tree costs little time or money but does require patience. This simple method of propagation works for deciduous and evergreen varieties of trees. Branch cuttings become a complete, new plant identical to the parent plant. Branches less than one year old work the best for growing trees.

How do you propagate a blossom tree? ›

Take a semi-hardwood cutting from the tree during the summer months, choosing a branch that has two to four leaf nodes and leaves. Cut off a 4- to 8-inch section at a horizontal angle and remove the leaves from the bottom two-thirds of the branch. Dip the cutting into rooting hormone.

Can you plant a cherry blossom tree in the fall? ›

Planting Your Tree. Plant your cherry blossom tree after the last frost. To ensure your new tree thrives, plant it after the last frost of the season.

Can I plant cherry tree now? ›

Cherry trees are easy to plant, and are best planted while dormant, between November and March. Bare-root trees are only available while dormant, for immediate planting, but containerised trees are available all year round. They can potentially be planted at any time, but will settle in best from late autumn to spring.

How long do cherry blossom trees live? ›

Most cherry blossom trees only live for 30 to 40 years, according to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (which is home to some of the oldest cherry blossoms in the United States). But some species can live longer: black cherry trees can live up to 250 years.

Are cherry blossom tree roots invasive? ›

Conclusion. Cherry tree roots can be invasive, but when growers choose the right planting location and the right rootstocks, they can avoid many potential problems. When cherries are planted away from existing structures, planned construction, and other trees, their root systems are unlikely to be cause for concern.

Can cherry blossoms bloom twice? ›

Autumnalis is the only Cherry Blossom Tree known to consistently bloom twice in a year. This wonderful cultivar is extremely popular worldwide due to its unique fall/winter appeal and is known by different names in different locations, including Winter-Flowering Cherry, Higan Cherry, Pendula and the Rosebud Cherry.

How many times do cherry blossoms bloom in a year? ›

Cherry blossom season lasts for about a month every spring and is always dependent on the weather. Early March to early April is generally a good rule of thumb when you're looking at the calendar and hoping to see blooms.

What is the easiest flowering tree to grow? ›

What is the easiest flowering tree to grow? Tulip trees are one of the easiest flowering trees to grow. Once you know a few things about how to grow a tree, it is relatively straightforward. Tulip trees thrive in acidic soil, prefer to be grown in full sun and are fairly resistant to pests and disease.

Which flower bloom all the year-round? ›

Verbena is one of the best flowers that bloom year-round. It blossoms in the shades of rose, purple, lavender, pink, blue, and white. This flowering plant can grow up to 4-6 feet.

What is the longest blooming flowering tree? ›

The crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) is the longest blooming tree in existence. The dogwood produces clusters of showy white and pink flowers from mid May until August, which produce berries through the fall.

What is the best compost for cherry trees? ›

If you decide to grow your cherry tree in a container (often preferred in smaller gardens), use a soil-based potting compost such as John Innes No. 3. The same cherry tree garden care guidance applies whether you choose a sweet or tart variety.

Where is the best place to plant a cherry tree? ›

Plant cherry trees in a sunny site with good air circulation; avoid planting near larger trees or buildings that will shade the cherries. Ideally, cherry trees should get at least 6 hours of sunlight each day. Cherry trees do best in deep, well-draining soil that has a pH of 6.0-7.0.

Is cherry tree and cherry blossom the same? ›

Essentially, both trees are related and produce similar flowers and fruits. However, cherry trees are grown for their tasty fruits, while cherry blossom trees are grown for their beautiful flowers, and neither can compete with the other in the opposing category.

What's special about cherry blossoms? ›

Cherry blossoms are a symbolic flower of the spring, a time of renewal, and the fleeting nature of life. Their life is very short. After their beauty peaks around two weeks, the blossoms start to fall. During this season in Japan, people like to have cherry blossom parties with colleagues, friends, and family.

Are cherry blossoms edible for dogs? ›

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Cherry blossom trees are commonly found in Japan but the beautiful trees are now trending in American backyards. The stems, leaves, and blossoms are all poisonous to your dog.

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