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Grown on a standard, this hardy ornamental weeping tree has large single white flowers in spring, followed by edible, pleasant tasting fruit, very similar to a Jonathan apple. Very attractive garden feature.   TREE CARE: Plant in a well drained and well worked soil. Take...
DESCRIPTION: A very pretty weeping tree grafted onto a standard. Silvery green foliage, on pendulous branching, with pretty single white blossom featuring tiny red stamens. The flowers grow in clusters during spring and are then followed by small green inedible fruit.   TREE CARE: Plant...
DESCRIPTION: One of the first flowering trees of the season, starting in winter and lasting for several weeks. Soft pink, semi-double flowers first appear at the top of the tree and extend down the long weeping branches. Inedible fruit may also appear. A beautiful specimen...
DESCRIPTION: This weeping, deciduous tree produces beautifully cascading branches that hold shimmery, bright green foliage that ages to yellow during the autumn months. It has contrasting white bark on the trunk. An elegant addition to any garden.   TREE CARE: Plant in well drained and...