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Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’ /Weeping Japanese Cherry

Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’  / Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’
A sheared specimen of the weeping Japanese cherry tree
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A sheared specimen of the weeping Japanese cherry tree

Autumn foliage color in Michigan can be significant

Summer foliage on the draping branches

Spring flowers

Branches in full bloom

A large specimen of the weeping Japanese cherry tree

An accent specimen in full bloom in North Carolina

Tree in bloom with emerging spring foliage

Cascading branches of flowers

Flowers and emerging foliage

A relatively young specimen tree in a residential garden

A mature specimen in summer

Cascading branches on the edge of other plantings

Lawn specimen on the corner of an apartment complex

Irregular canopy of a large mature tree growing adjacent to a residential drive

Close-up of flowers with leaf and buds in the background

Weeping branches on a specimen tree in a Memphis public garden

Close-up image of white flowers on cascading branches

Specimen lawn tree with early spring flowers

Draping branches

A mature tree just as flowering is completed in spring

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Scientific Name: Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’
Common Name: Weeping Japanese Cherry
Plant Type: Deciduous
Leaf Type: Broadleaf
Hardiness Zone: 4, 5, 6, 7 Determine Your Zone
Height: 30-50 feet
Spread: 30 - 40 feet
Bloom time: Spring
Flower color: Pink
Fruit present: Summer, Fall
Fruit color: Red, Black
Light Exposure: Sun
Drainage: Well drained, Moist,
Rate of Growth: Fast
Water Requirement: Medium
Maintenance Level: Low
Susceptible to insects
and diseases:
Yes
Landscape Categories: Plants for Autumn Color
Comments: This weeping cherry from Japan is very strong specimen or accent in the landscape because of it cascading branches and many pink flowers. In autumn it has orange foliage and in winter the shiny, reddish brown, peeling bark can add interest to the garden. This cold tolerant selection is short lived and has many insect and disease problems as does do lot of plants in the genus, Prunus.