Weeping trees are available as tall or short ‘standards’ with the exception of Gleditsia, Morus and Ulmus glabra. Tall standards are approx. 1.8 m high; short standards 1 m.
Here is a Springs big tip for you:
It is important to carefully read the label attached to your tree regarding planting and pruning. Initial pruning back of a bare-root weeping tree at planting time (according to the instructions) will result in a better established root system and a fuller head.
Popular Australian Weeping Trees
- Weeping cherry tree (prunus pendula)
- Dwarf weeping cherry tree (prunus glandulosa)
- Weeping willow tree (salix babylonica)
- Weeping fig tree (ficus benjamin)
- Weeping mulberry tree (morus alba pendula)
- Weeping tea tree (leptospermum madidum)
If you have any questions or want to know what we have in stock, give us a call or pop in store!