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Dwarf cherry trees around a pond?

 
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I bought a piece of land last year with a small, man-made pond on it. I'd like to plant some Northstar dwarf cherry trees on the side of the pond that was built up to create the pond, but I don't want to cause an issue. I'm assuming if I plant these 10-15 feet from the pond, they won't cause damage, but I'm hoping someone who knows more than me can share their thoughts. Thanks.
 
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