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Versatile Is Its Middle Name
SNOW FOUNTAINS® Weeping Cherry Prunus x ‘Snofozam’
While this weeping ornamental cherry is most familiar in its top grafted mushroom-looking shape, it has untapped potential in the landcape in its other lesser-known forms.
Twelve Uses the in Landscape – No Kidding!
Top Grafted: Use as a single umbrella form tree or plant in multiples, grafted on to serrula for an exfoliating bark feature.
Bottom Budded: Forms a single tree with a fountain-like flowing effect along the entire trunk, train the trunk into a serpentine ‘S’ shape, or any crazy shape you desire.
Espalier: Train on a building, fence, arbor or trellis.
Ground Cover: Unstaked it will grow along the ground or you can let it cascade over a wall.
Bountiful Farms is now offering Snow Fountains® in diverse habits via their Patio Collection. Flexibility meets creativity with splendid results as an arbor, patio umbrella or screen!
For more on Snow Fountains, read my article ‘A Different Kind of Snow’ in the Nov/Dec issues of the northern State-by-State Gardening magazines.