Ice storm effects on deciduous flowering trees?
Ok, so we all know the worst affect that ice storms have on a tree in general; breaking. Ice breaks trees plain and simple. But what happens if the tree hasn't broken? Are there other effects? I have a Japanese Yoshino Flowering Cherry and a Kanzan Flowering Cherry. My main concerns, since they don't seem to be structurally damaged, is how will this affect the flowers that will bloom next year?