We have a wintering flowering cherry blossom that has suffered from blossom wilt the last few years, getting progressively worse. Last summer all the only leaves were at the very top of the tree, and there were no flowers this winter. Is it worth cutting back the tree hard to see if it will recover, or is there anything else I should try before cutting it down? It is a beautiful tree and we would be loathe to cut it down.
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