View Weeping Barbados Cherry Bonsai
Images. I question the use of dwarf in the description because it looks (to me) more like the wild variety, malpighia glabra. Its fruit is small and it has a weeping growth habit if the branches are allowed to elongate.
I recently bought this gorgeous weeping barbados cherry from a local nursery for an astounding 8 dollars. It displays weeping branches of ovate pointed leaves. Bonsai boy of new york:
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The natural form of the barbados cherry is pendulous with weeping twigs and branches. Flowering dwarf weeping barbados cherry bonsai tree. The natural form of the barbados cherry is pendulous with weeping twigs and branches. Bonsai boy's laceleaf weeping white birch bonsai tree betula pendula 'trosts dwarf'.