Dwarf weeping cherry trees are much like the more common and larger cherry trees typically seen in Washington D.C. but are naturally smaller in size and used more for decoration than practicality. The typical bright pink... More »

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A weeping cherry tree can grow 20 to 25 feet high for a standard variety with sizes dropping by half to two-thirds that size for dwarf varieties. Weeping cherry trees are small, imported trees with aromatic, showy flower... More »

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The Snow Fountain weeping cherry is a slow-growing ornamental cherry tree. When covered with white flowers in the early spring, the weeping branches have the appearance of a snow fall. It is also known by the names Snofo... More »

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Dwarf Japanese maples feature small crimson leaves on interlaced branches in a weeping habit. They are a graceful, elegant element in any landscape. Winter care begins in late fall. Gather a pair of disinfected hand prun... More »

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A weeping cherry tree can grow 20 to 25 feet high for a standard variety with sizes dropping by half to two-thirds that size for dwarf varieties. Weeping cherry trees are small, imported trees with aromatic, showy flower... More »

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A dwarf Japanese holly is a solid evergreen shrub with tiny oval leaves that grows to a height of approximately 30 inches and spreads to about 18 inches, according to the Chalet Nursery. When planted near a male bush, th... More »

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Common problems with cherry trees include brown rot, black knot, leaf spots, cankers and nutrient deficiencies; these trees are also prone to a number of fungal infections. Common pests include the black cherry aphid. More »