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 Should a cherry tree have leaves every year?

Answer Yes. They will lose them in the winter months, but should regrow in the spring. If not, I'd say the tree is dead!
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You have an orange tree Its leaves are turning yellow in the middle of the leaves what can you do to take care of this tree?

Weeping cherry tree mysteriously loosing leaves?

The ground where that particular tree is may be too acidic.Try sprinking some lime around the tree. You can find it at any gardening store.
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What are the raised nodules at the base of every leave on my lupins cherry tree?

A picture would help me tell for certain, but I don't think you have anything to worry about. The nodules are most likely nectar glands and a natural part of the plant. Check out the link below and... Read More »
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What Kinds of Trees Lose Their Leaves Every Year?

Deciduous refers to a category of trees that loses their leaves each year. This typically happens during the transition from autumn to winter. Some trees known as indeterminate are semi-deciduous, ... Read More »
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