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Few plants are more graceful in the landscape than trees that weep. And when they are the ornamental varieties that cascade with mounded sprays of seasonal flowers, all the better.

Take the weeping cherry, Prunus subhirtella 'Pendula'. In spring, the branches of this little deciduous tree, which grows to 20 to 30 feet, extend to the ground with popcorn-like blooms in white or pink. Talk about a focal point! We have short grafts starting from only $80

Weeping Cherries

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