It was raining and it was early when this photo was made which means the woods fill with mist. Taking advantage of the moisture, Mr. Wonderful planted the other weeping cherry that I have had to water all summer in the pot. I planted one earlier this year. That is another fall job that can be crossed off the list.
Test Your Botanical Knowledge
This shrub for zones 6-9; evergreen; shade to full sun; 3-10 feet tall with upright growth habit; compound leaf with narrow leaflets, bright red fruits in late summer and fall; wide range of cultivars with different heights and more colorful leaves in fall; flowers and fruits in shade; drought tolerant, origin is eastern Asia; has a lacy effect.