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Add year-round interest to your garden with truly distinctive and unusual woody plants that are all pendulous, plants that all have a weeping or cascading habit.
Abies alba `Pendula' Weeping European Silver Fir
A weeping form of European Silver Fir. Found in 1835 in Ville D’Avray, France.
A large specimen stands in the botanic garden of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Does not like high levels of fertilizer. 10 Year Dimensions:10 ft. X 4 ft. Sun Requirements: PARTIAL SHADE USDA Zone:4 6-10 Feet $220.00-$400.00
Abies procera 'La Graciosa' La Graciosa Noble Fir
A slow-growing pendulous conifer with soft gray blue-green foliage. Can grow with a mounding habit or develop a leader and grow more erect. Garden-worthy either way. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 2' tall x 3' wide in 10 years as a mound. Taller if leader develops. Hardy to -20 degrees. USDA zone 5. Big one gallons-$22.00
Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Pendula'
The weeping blue Atlas cedar is best known for its extremely pendulous habit. Branches are thickly covered with steely-blue, short, thick needles of irregular length. This plant can be staked or trained to conform to any shape. Eventually develops a massive trunk. Originated in France before 1890. 2-3’ $15.00 5-7 Feet Serpentine $125.00 8-9 feet Serpentine $160.00
Cedrus libani 'Glauca Pendula'
This weeping form of the Lebanon cedar grows as an irregular narrow column, with long and pendulous branches. Dark-green, long needles clothe the tree. Occasional and random horizontal branches create an appendage look. Dramatic vertical accent! 2nd yr graft-$15.00, 3rd yr-$20.00
Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula' Weeping Alaskan Cedar
A stately tree with a striking weeping appearance.
The scale-like green foliage gently cascades from the broad spreading branches.
Reaches 10-15 ft, and likes full sun. Will tolerate very cold temps, to minus 20.
2nd yr/3rd yr grafts, 24-32”. One gallon-$20.00, Two gallon-$25.00
Cryptomeria japonica `Araucarioides'
Thread leaf Japanese Cedar
An upright wiry looking Japanese Cedar. A tall conical tree with branches of thread like leaves. Leaves are a gray-green, stout and short. Branches open and droopy with no short branches in whorls. Tree will eventually get to 40 ft. Growth Type is Large with 10 Year Dimensions of 12 X 6 ft. Full sun. Zone 6. 5 Inch-$8.00 One gallon-$15.00
Juniperus communis `Horstmann' Horstmann's Weeping Juniper
A weeping variety of Common Juniper. Leaves blue green, on weeping foliage. Needs to be staked for height. This small tree really makes a statement!- Zone: 3. 10 Year Dimensions: 8 ft. X 10 ft. Full sun. One quart-$6.00 One gallon-$12.00
Larix decidua 'Pendula'
Luminous, fresh, green foliage covers this weeping, tree in the spring. In the fall, there is a glow of yellow before the needles drop to reveal tawny twigs. With age, branching divides and spreads, creating an undulating ground cover. Prefers a moist soil in the summer. 2-3’ one gallon $20.00, 4-5’ $30.00
Larix decidua 'Varied Directions'
Seems to grow every direction! The very vigorous, spreading habit of this deciduous beauty produces robust twigs that propel the branches up and out, in varied directions. Golden tan branches, covered with thick twigs, eventually arch down and cover the ground in a configuration that is unique to each plant. Bright green spring foliage changes to gold in autumn before needles fall. Zone 2. Two Gallon-$22.00
Picea abies `Aarburg'
A very fast growing weeping Norway. Leaders are very strong and 3 ft. a year. Leaves green on an irregular shaped weeper. Does not require staking! 10 Year Dimensions: 14 ft. x 4 ft. Big two gallons-$25.00
Picea abies 'Frohburg'
A popular, weeping evergreen conifer with green needles.
With its neat, compact growth habit and rich dark-green needles. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. If staked, 7' tall x 3' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -50 degrees. Zone 2.
Five Inch-$12.00 One gallon-$18.00, Two gallons-$25, five gallons-$50.00
Picea abies `Gold Drift' Gold Drift Weeping Norway Spruce
New ! Weeping, golden variety of Norway Spruce. Leaves golden and stems weeping.
Looks good as container plant. Must be staked for height. Introduced by Bob Fincham of Coenosium Gardens. 10 Year Dimensions of 6 X 2 ft. It is listed as full sun, but we have had a little burning. Zone 3. Big Five inch-$20.00
Picea abies 'Pendula' Weeping Norway Spruce.
Becomes a striking picturesque specimen plant over the years! Dark green needles accentuate the graceful, pendulous branching habit. It is a dense weeper, leaving few open areas. Growth rate is 6-8" per year. This plant makes an excellent choice for a landscape specimen.
10 years deminsions- 8-10' in height. One gallon-$15.00 Two Gallon 4-yr graft. $22.00 5-6 Feet $120.00 8-10 Feet-$160.00
Picea abies `Winklers Wang' or perhaps 'Wingle's Pendula'
A weeping even prostrate form if not staked. Leaves good dark green. Plant grows 1 foot a year with very thick stems.It looks like a snake when young. Prominent brown growth buds.
Growth Type is Intermediate with 10 Year Dimensions of 3 X 6 ft.
Full sun. Zone 3. Five Inch-$12.00. One gallon-18.00
Picea engelmannii 'Snake'
A curious upright evergreen conifer with whip-cord branching. No two trees look alike. Needles are a dark blue-green. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 7' tall x 2' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -60 degrees. USDA zone 1. One gallon-$22.00
Picea omorika `Berliner's Weeper' Berliners Weeping Serbian Spruce
A weeping variety of Serbian Spruce. Main leader held straight without staking growing 2 ft. a year. Leaves blue and green with side branches pendulous.
Growth Type: Large 10 Year Dimensions: 14 ft. X 4 ft.
Sun Requirements: Full sun. Zone-5. 3rd year grafts-$15.00
Picea omorika `Pendula' Weeping Serbian Spruce
A weeping form of Serbian Spruce. Blue and green needles on an upright very narrow tree with all branches weeping down. Very nice 2 inch purple cones. Looks better as it gets mature. Looks as though snow should be drifting. Growth Type: Large. 10 Year Dimensions: 10 ft. x 3 ft. Sun Requirements: Full sun. Zone:4 Two gallons-$22.00
Picea pungens `The Blues'
A weeping Colorado Spruce. Found at Stanley & Sons Nursery on a side sport of a 'Glauca Pendula'. Needs to be staked when young. The leaves are a beautiful powder blue. Imagine a weeping Norway spruce, but with bright blue leaves and larger needles. 10 Year Dimensions: 6 ft. x 4 ft. Full sun, zone-3.We obtained our plants from Larry Stanley-Thanks Larry!
One gallon-$20.00 Two Gallons-$30.00
Pinus densiflora 'Pendula' Japanese Red Pine
The weeping Japanese red pine has a strongly pendulous habit.
It can be staked to develop height, or left to become a dense, creeping carpet.
Lovely, dark green needles and reddish-brown bark. Branches are somewhat brittle; handle with care. It is an excellent choice for a plant used in combinations with large boulders. One gallon 2-yr graft $15.00 Two Gallon 3rd year graft $20.00
Pseudotsuga menziesii ‘Glauca Pendula' Weeping Blue Douglas-Fir
A weeping blue form of Douglas Fir. Needles are blue on a tree that grows up with a main leader. All side stems stream straight down. Grows just 1 ft. a year with a nice tidyness. Great Northwest native plant. - Zone: 5. 10 Year Dimensions: 10 ft. x 3 ft. One gallon-$15.00, 2 gallon-$20.00
Pseudotsuga menziesii 'Graceful Grace'
Vigorous, sturdy branches drape uniformly from each whorl of this, compact weeping tree. Its long, dark-green needles, highlighted with an interesting, glaucous cast, radiate outward around the stems and create a lush, full appearance. The dependable, hardy plant, found by Albert Ziegler about 1969 in York County, PA,was named for his wife Grace. Weeping | Zone 4 Large | Green. One gallon-$15.00, two gallon-$22.00
Sequoiadendron giganteum 'Pendulum'
Its undulating, pendulous branches are clothed with curtains of foliage. The main trunk grows predominantly upright, occasionally dipping, then growing upright again. Often develops secondary branches which also bob and weave. Its needle color is a rich unusual shade of green. One Gallon-$15.00 two gallons-$22.00
Tsuga canadensis 'Cole's Prostrate'
A great choice for your shaded rock or native garden.'Cole's Prostrate' grows slowly, spreading flat on the ground, softening harsh edges or cascading over walls. Whitish gnarled bark is exposed adding contrast to the soft green foliage. Grows 3-6" per year varies w/culture. 2-5 ft. Prostrate. Sun to partial shade. One gallon-$12.00
'Crimson Queen' A Mushroom-shaped weeping form growing only 5-6' tall,
but can reach 8-10' wide at maturity. Leaves are finely dissected,
lacy and a dark purplish-red throughout the spring and summer.
Fall color is intense red. One Gallon 2-yr graft, 1-2’-$15.00
'Red Dragon' A larger growing, weeping form with a slightly pyramidal habit. Leaves are intensely purple throughout the spring and summer.
Fall color is fiery-red. One the finest weeping red-leaf forms ever bred.
One Gallon 2-yr graft, 1-2’-$15.00
Fagus sylvatica ‘Pendula’ Green Weeping European Beech
An all-time favorite, one of the largest and most picturesque of all the weeping trees
Available. Bronze fall foliage; should be in any landscape that can support its mature size. Zone 4–7. 50' H × 40–50' Wide. 8-12 Feet tall beauties-$120.00
Fagus sylvatica ‘Purpurea’ Purple European Beech
Unquestionably one of the best of the large ornamental shade trees.
The purple foliage fades in summer heat. Grows to tremendous size. 60-90’ Zone 4.
3-4’ 5 gallon $25.00
Fagus sylvatica ‘Purple Fountain' Weeping Purple Fountain Beech.
This is a small tree is strictly a weeper. It is a real beauty! Its flexible branches can be trained to grow any way you like, or just let its weeping habit arch and sprawl to create a large dark purple-black mound. Prefers well-drained soils. 2 gallon 3-4’ $25.00, 5-7’ $125.00, 8-10’ $200.00
Ulmus glabra 'Camperdownii' (Camperdown Elm) Scotch Elm
The Camperdown Elm is a form of Wych Elm. The original appeared at Camperdown House, near Dundee, in 1850. A small weeping tree with a dome shaped head, it looks good growing in a lawn in parks and gardens. It remains neat and compact, and is generally considered to be resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. Mature height: 25-30 feet. 3-5’, nicely weeping, heavily branched-$30.00
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