O₂Tree's weeping trees with hanging branches add style to every garden, and provide the shade you need. This class includes beautiful flowering weeping trees, such as the common laburnum, as well as trees with aesthetic red leaves, one example being the weeping copper beech. The weeping willow and the weeping beech are a couple of well-known examples of weeping trees. O₂Tree’s range also includes a weeping ornamental apple, the weeping mulberry, and more.
Whatever the size of your garden, there’s a suitable specimen in O₂Tree's extensive range for all. We recommend an ordinary weeping willow (Salix alba Chrysocoma) in larger gardens. A weeping willow grafted on a standard (Salix caprea Kilmarnock) is ideal for a smaller garden.
Weeping trees need little work. The way the branches droop down means they’re usually easy to reach, and these trees tend to grow slowly. You can find instructions on looking after each species on this website, covering aspects such as pruning, planting location, fertilisation and watering.