Photographs of weeping trees that are commonly used to provide lawn and landscape beds with an accent or highlight. Our photos include the most popular Weeping Beech, Weeping Cherry, Weeping Hemlock, Weeping Larch, Weeping Norway Spruce, and Weeping White Pine. Due to the ongoing expansion of our tree photo library, you will find our tree photos divided among 5 tree photo web pages:



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Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar


CEDRUS libani atlantica 'Glauca Pendula'
Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar
Grow in sun to partial shade. Branches are staked and trained to create the height and shape. Silver-blue needles on weeping branches. Only cold hardy to Zone 6.
Purple Fountain Beech FAGUS sylvatica
 'Purple Fountain'

Purple Fountain Beech
Slow, narrow, columnar growth to 35 ft. Excellent purple leaf color. Plant in full sun.
Weeping purple leaf Beech


FAGUS sylvatica
 'Purpurea Pendula'

Weeping Purple Beech
Slow growth to 15 ft.
Great branching interest and color splash!
Weeping Larch - LARIX


Larch needles


Weeping Larch
Even though it appears to be an evergreen, the larch is actually deciduous, dropping its foliage in the winter. 
Interesting branch and foliage pattern, especially as new growth expands in the spring. Watch for gypsy moth eggs.
Weeping Norway Spruce


PICEA abies pendula
Weeping Norway Spruce
A hardy, evergreen weeper that gets broader than it does tall. Watch for spider mites.
Weeping White Spruce PICEA glauca 'Pendula'
Weeping White Spruce
Narrow, upright growth with weeping branches and grayish-green foliage. Prefers full sun.
Weeping White Pine


PINUS strobus

Weeping White Pine
An attractive evergreen specimen with an irregular shape.
Moderate to fast growth.
Height and spread to 20 ft.


Weeping Cherry Tree


Cherry blossom


PRUNUS subhirtella
Weeping Cherry
Graceful long pendulous branches covered with pink flowers in the spring. Needs space to widen and weep. 
Flowers: Single and double flowered varieties. Double flowered variety shown in bottom photo.

From Sandy's Garden...

Q. My weeping cherry tree has a lot of growth that is growing straight up, rather than weeping. Can I weigh them down with something to get them to weep?

A. Weeping cherries are grafted onto a cherry rootstock. They often revert to the straight growth of the rootstock, which is what is happening to your tree. The straight growth can outgrow the weeping portion and should be pruned off at its point of origin. Weighing the straight branches down will not train them to weep. Most weeping and contorted trees such as Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick (Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’); Weeping Larch (Larix decidua ‘Pendula’); and Weeping Mulberry (Morus alba ‘Pendula’) are grafted. Any reversion to straight growth should be pruned out as soon as you notice it.

Weeping Pussy Willow


SALIX caprea 'Kilmarnock'
Weeping Pussy Willow
Grow in sun to partial shade. Unique rounded growth habit to 10 ft tall x 10 ft wide. Tolerates adverse conditions but may be short lived.
Weeping Hemlock


TSUGA canadensis pendula
Weeping Canadian Hemlock
or Sargent Hemlock

Lovely evergreen accent plant with a broad spreading form, usually twice as wide as it tall. Partial shade to sun.


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