Double Weeping Rosebud Cherry - Knowledgebase Question

Vlsalia, CA
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Question by BrawnyC5
March 18, 2004
I live in zone 8 which can have intense summer heat, will this tree hold up thru our summers. What can I do to help it? I'm thinking of using it to be a focal point in my front yard. Our new home faces north. Thanks.

Answer from NGA
March 18, 2004
Weeping cherry is marginal in your zone 8 gardening region because of your summer heat. If you're looking for an attractive flowering tree for a focal point in your yard, Cercidium (Palo Verde), Grevillea (silk oak), or Koelreuteria (goldenrain tree) might be better choices.

Best wishes with your landscape!

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