The beautiful cherry tree in my yard appears to be quite sick this year. Although it bloomed splendidly, many of the leaves now appear to have been eaten, lacy, and with holes. I cannot see any insects. What do you think? Can it be treated?

This was more than likely done by Winter Moth caterpillars very early in the Spring. They leave by summer, but will be back next year. A program should be set up for next year and the tree should be fertilized soon. Please set up an appointment so we can take a look at this.

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