Higan’s Weeping Cherry – Prunus pendula is a very desirable ornamental weeping cherry tree that is native to Japan. It is a cultivar that typically grows 15-20 feet tall with a pronounced weeping form and light pink to rose-pink flowers. The flowers bloom in 2 to 5-flowered umbels in late winter to early spring before the leaves emerge. Flowers are followed by rounded pea-sized fruits (to 1/3inch diameter) that attract birds.
Prunus subhirtella, ‘Pendula’
Native to Japan, this popular larger weeping cherry tree features light-pink and rose-pink flowers. It also produces small fruits that attract birds. This is a beautiful flowering tree that looks like a flowing carpet of flowers. These are very desirable and hard-to-find trees.
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The Yoshino cherry is a favorite flowering tree known for its gorgeous display of white flowers. It blooms and famous in Washington DC along the Potomac River. Highly recommended!
Akebono is a beautiful and hard-to-find flowering cherry tree with flowers that rival the outstanding beauty of the Yoshino cherry tree. It has commanded our respect for its beauty, and you also get the seasonal benefit of it flowering just before the Yoshino cherry tree.
Eastern Redbud is an exceptional and beautiful early flowering tree that is highly revered for its beautiful flowers. It is well known for its stunning lavender-purple flowers that bloom in early spring. This specimen grows best in a location sheltered from high winds. It is an excellent flowering specimen tree that looks great in front of evergreens. You can't go wrong on planting several of these!
This is a hard-to-find beautiful weeping yoshino cherry tree, and we have some very impressive good caliper specimens now available for sale!It has beautiful and graceful arching branches full of an impressive spring display of white flowers. Over time the Shidare weeping Yoshino will grow to 15' which is considered a small tree. It has small fruits that birds will eat, and this tree provides wonderful winter interest with its graceful arching branches. These are truly excellent specimens to add to any landscape!
This is one of our favorite magnolias. It is a hard-to-find semi-evergreen retaining about 50% of its leaves through the winter, and develops many flowering buds blooming June through August. It is a faster growing variety of Sweetbay Magnolia, and produces the same beautiful lemon scented flowers. This is the tree that everyone wants to see out their window full of lush green leaves, and especially in mid-winter! It is highly recommended!