Pink Cascade commands attention with its deeply weeping habit and waterfall cascades of big, double rose-pink blossoms. At 12-15' tall with a 10-12' spread, this little peach fits nicely into small areas. Not available in CA, CO, ID, OR, WA.
Light: Full sun to partial shade
Bloom Time: Early spring
Zones: 5 to 9
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Pink Cascade Weeping Peach Product Details
Partial Shade/Full Sun
12 - 15'
Zone 5 - 9 (-20 F)
3-6" long lanceolate, serrate on the edges, dark green in color
bright rose pink
Prefers partial shade in southern regions, The incorporation of organic matter and a balanced plant food will enhance establishment and bloom.
Prefers well drained, organic rich soil
When you see it flower, you'll bet it's a cherry tree, with the double pink blossoms, and gorgeous habit. The pink cascade weeping peach is an unusual plant that will attract attention, and should be used as the focal point of an inter-mixed planting. One of the first trees to bloom in the spring, the large double rose pink blossoms look to be cascading over a waterfall. The weeping growth habit of the tree and the relative small size lends itself to a foundation planting or in other small space area's. The luscious foilage is a dark grren and highlights the weeping nature.
Needs pruned annually to maintain nice shape.
Very susceptable to borers, can be so prolific to expend all its energy, so pruning is essential to maintain balance and productive growth.
Pink Cascade Weeping Peach Customer Reviews
Weeping PeachReview by Debbie Bills - Ballston Spa, NY Posted on 2013-05-09 02:08:33
Planted this tree last fall & to my delight it weathered our NY winter just fine. It is flowering right now with beautiful pink flowers. I will buy another to plant this fall! Very Happy!!
Beautiful treeReview by Corrine - Cleveland, OH Posted on 2013-04-27 20:08:03
I planted this tree in 2012, and it was a little twig. I put safety fencing around it, so I wouldn't accidentally run it over by the lawn mower. You should see it blooming in April, such a beautiful shade of pink...it brightens up the whole property. If I didn't have such a small yard I would definitely plant many, so very happy. :)
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this treeReview by Amanda - Lodgepole, NE Posted on 2012-04-27 02:13:24
I bought this tree and planted it in the spring of 2009. When I got it it was just a stick but it grew so good. This is the 3rd summer for this tree and this year it even had buds on it. Its not tall yet but it has branched out and is covered in dark red leaves. I LOVE THIS TREE!!!!
Ms.Review by Candy - Warren, ME Posted on 2012-04-21 12:40:57
I bought this weeping peach a couple of years ago and it is beautiful when it's in blooms...I need to get another one.