Pink Weeping Cherry (Prunus subhirtella var. pendula) - 7 Gallon Potted Tree
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The Pink Weeping Cherry is a medium-sized deciduous tree, growing to 20 or 30 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet across, that is distinct and beautiful because of the hanging branches which reach down to the ground. In spring these are covered in beautiful pink flowers that cluster all along the bare branches. In fall the leaves turn a gorgeous golden yellow. grown in many parts of It grows well in a wide variety of soils and needs no special care to bloom and grow year after year. The Pink Weeping Cherry will bring beauty to any garden, from the smallest to the largest, with it cascading branches bearing soft-pink flowers right to their tips. As it grows, it continues to send out weeping branches which cascade to the ground. This beautiful tree will lighten up the garden in early spring, it flowers so early that the leaves only come out after the flowers have fallen. This plant is especially attractive placed at the top of a bank where the branches can freely cascade down to the ground. It also looks very beautiful planted by a pond where the flowers will reflect in the water. The Pink Weeping Cherry will grow between one and two feet a year, quickly maturing into a gorgeous specimen for your front lawn or gracing your garden as a back-drop to flowers and shrubs. The branches will cascade to the ground if left un-pruned, or they can be trimmed each year to any length you want. Despite its delicate beauty, the Pink Weeping Cherry is a tough, hardy plant that will grow happily in almost any type of soil, although it prefers not to be in acid soils. It has a few pests and diseases, but with a very little care it will reward you by growing happily for many years. It will very rarely if ever be eaten by deer. So wherever you live you can enjoy the spring beauty of this tree.