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This can be found in my front garden - but cannot remember what it is!!? :S ha! Hopefully someone can help? I know, many of you shall be saying it is not a great photo.... But! its the best I can do for now : ) Now this is lovely when in flower, just before the leaves fall they go a lovely red/orange.
I would just like to find out what it is to get some general information - to maintain it etc. Thinking about giving it a good trim!?!? It has some root on it.
Thanks for nowPaul
Is it Cheal's Weeping Cherry? ie a prunus
Is blossom in spring pink?
THATS IT!!!! Well done & thank you! I knew it was something cherry Yes, goes pink. Do you have one yourself? Should I give it a little tidy up?
Cheal's Weeping Cherry usually has a decorative glossy bark, which doesn't appear to be the case here, but there are other weeping prunuses - we need to see it in flower
As it looks as if it's a prunus I wouldn't prune it at this time of year as it will be susceptible to silverleaf.
I seem to have plenty of photos in and around the back garden haha... Currently on the look for a photo of the front. Im sure I have somethingThanks for your help
I have similar small tree which has catkins in spring and is a small willow ,a miniature one since it has not grown.that's what that looks like to me but........
Could it be this one http://www.vdberk.co.uk/tree/prunus-yedoensis-shidare-yoshino ?
mmhm Looks like I have a few of you thinking now.... : ) (Scracting the head)With regard to your Prunus yedoensis 'Shidare-yoshino' It is taller than what I have here.....
It doesn't have any catkins.
Managed to work it out.... I am sure it is a "Yoshino Weeping Cherry Tree" (hope you agree)Thank you very much for all your help.All the Best
Managed to work it out.... I am sure it is a "Yoshino Weeping Cherry Tree" (hope you agree) Dovefromabove you were right : )Thank you very much for all your help.All the Best