Prunus Pendula Rosea – Pink Weeping Cherry Tree
Shower your spring garden with soft pink flowers on arching stems with a pink Weeping Cherry Tree, Prunus Pendula Rosea. In April deep pink flower buds open to ballerina-pink flowers on weeping stems, creating a curtain of pink blossoms. Flowers are followed by a smattering of red cherries that are loved by birds. Glossy green foliage on the hanging stems look fabulous when the plant is not in bloom and turn showy red in the fall. Typically comes in grafted on a dwarf trunk and will only reach about 8-10′ tall and wide.
Plant Cherry trees in full sun in moist well-drained soils. Amend soil with compost when planting and add a quality starter fertilizer. Keep well watered through summer dry spells.
7 gallon pot with a 5.5-6′ grafted trunk