The Dwarf Weeping Cherry Tree was discovered in 2006. The Dwarf Weeping Cherry Tree is one of the newest and most popular landscaping tree. The tree is grown for its beautiful white flowers in the spring and the fact that it is a very sturdy tree that it is not as hard to grow like other landscape trees. This tree can adapt to all types of soil and is not fussy about temperatures. This tree can live up to 70 years old. The tree needs six to eight hours of sunlight. The tree is about two meters tall and one of the branches is one meter long. This tree has a swerved trunk. The Dwarf Weeping Cherry Tree is located behind the pond.
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