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How Tall Is a Dwarf Cherry Weeping Willow Tree?

By Bailey Shoemaker Richards ; Updated September 21, 2017
Weeping cherry trees produce white flowers.

While the full-sized version of weeping cherry trees can grow from 25 to 40 feet tall, the dwarf version is much smaller. This makes it an ideal tree for many gardeners with a small amount of space.

Snow Fountains Weeping Cherry

Snow Fountains dwarf weeping cherry trees grow between 7 to 10 feet tall.

The Snow Fountains dwarf weeping cherry trees are a small type of dwarf weeping cherries. Snow Fountains dwarf cherries grow to between 7 and 10 feet tall.

Carmine Jewel Cherry

The Carmine Jewel cherry tree produces edible fruit.

The Carmine Jewel cherry tree is the only dwarf weeping cherry tree that produces edible fruit. It grows to around 10 feet tall at its maturity and produces sour fruit.

Dwarf Weeping Cherry

The true dwarf weeping cherry can be 15 feet tall and live up to 70 years.

The true dwarf weeping cherry tree is a larger cultivar than the Snow Fountains or Carmine Jewel. At its maturity, it can grow to be around 15 feet tall. This type of tree can live for up to 70 years.


About the Author


Bailey Shoemaker Richards is a writer from Ohio. She has contributed to numerous online and print publications, including "The North Central Review." Shoemaker Richards also edits for several independent literary journals and the Pink Fish Press publishing company. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing from Ohio University.