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Re: need a small tree/standard

I have one near the koi pond. Nice shape, but after three years has yet to hit its stride and give me a spectacular flower show. Every so often have to prune out suckers and sprouts sent up from below the graft on the trunk, but I'm pleased with the effect of the tree, generally.
On Monday, February 24, 2003, at 11:33 PM, David Franzman wrote:

Anybody seen weeping cherrys? Very cool tree but may be too short for what you
want. Best looking weeping tree I've seen though.

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