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Weeping Trees are popular for their attractive and distinctive branches that grow downward. The cascading branches are mesmerizing and unusual. These trees come in different shapes, types, and sizes and can serve various functions in the home landscape. However, the main function these trees serve in design is as focal trees. Weeping trees draw in your eye and are perfect plants to design your landscape around.
Weeping Cherry Trees
We all love cherry blossom trees. They are stunningly beautiful. Weeping habits add another dimension to these amazing trees. Weeping Cherry Trees add outstanding curb appeal.
Pink Weeping Cherry Tree
The rich pink blooms of the Pink Weeping Cherry tree steal the show in spring. But the rest of the year the cascading branches are the star of the show.
Weeping Yoshino Cherry Tree
This cherry tree has lovely white blossoms with hints of pink. The Weeping Yoshino is a compact tree that only reaches 15 to 20 feet tall. However, its spread is 20 to 30 feet wide.
Weeping Willow Tree
The Weeping Willow is probably the most well-known weeping tree. This popular tree is a large shade tree that tolerates wet conditions and is very easy to grow.
Evergreen Weeping Trees
Enjoy year-round interest with our weeping evergreen trees. These trees keep your landscape looking fabulous all year long.
Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar
This extraordinary tree is a profoundly unique specimen for your landscape. This Blue Atlas Cedar has a serpentine trunk and beautifully draping branches. The evergreen foliage has gorgeous blue and silver tones.
Dwarf Weeping Trees
These are small weeping trees for landscaping. Dwarf trees fit in any landscape and can even be grown in containers. These ornamental trees are versatile and breathtaking.
Crimson Queen Japanese Maple
This small landscaping tree adds color and texture to your landscape. The Crimson Queen is a laceleaf Japanese maple with bold deep red leaves. This weeping tree is sure to increase your property value and your home’s curb appeal.