Asked 8 years, 1 month ago.
Cherry leaves may drop prematurely from a fungal disease called cherry leaf spot, caused by Blumeriella jaapii, sometimes called Coccomyces hiemalis. Symptoms of this. Yoshino cherry trees losing leaves. I have three Yoshino cherrys that have been in the ground about 7 years and are about 8 feet high. Many leaves are yellowing and falling off.
Whats there looks healthy but many branches are going bare. We have been having a rather dry spring and I'm wondering if these mature trees need watering.
Aug 28, A: The foliage of your tree looks like it was subject to cherry shot hole disease. Infected leaves will turn yellow and drop from the trees in mid-summer, if the infection is severe. This disease can be common when we have wet spring weather. The pathogen may continue to infect leaves throughout the growing season if rainy weather shrubfall.clubted Reading Time: 1 min. Sap-Sucking Insects: Spider mites and aphids suck the running sap from Yoshino cherry trees, causing wilting, discoloration, and falling of leaves.
If infestations are small, dislodge the insects with a strong spray of shrubfall.clubted Reading Time: 3 mins. Holes in leaves of Yoshino Cherry. Ask Question Asked 8 years ago.
Active 8 years ago. Viewed 3k times 5 I have just started gardening. My first tree purchase was a Yoshino Cherry (Prunus y yedoensis Ivensii). After potting it into a larger pot, it has started to have lots of holes appear in the leaves.
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