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Old 11-19-2013, 08:18 PM
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The big thing that you have to look out for with all weeping ornamental trees, is the non-weeping "reverted" limbs that will want to grow up straight, essentially trying to revert back to their native upright shape. These limbs are generally easy to spot on weep cherries in the spring, as the reverted/upright limbs will have white flowers, whereas the ornamental weeping limbs will have pink flowers.
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