Transform your garden into a year-round spectacle with weeping evergreen trees. Their drooping branches bring an elegant and unique cascading look that will captivate your senses.

Evergreens are the gift that keeps on giving, with their effortless growth, durability, and year-round appeal. Add to that the enchanting allure of weeping branches, and you've got a match made in gardening heaven!

Get ready to discover some unexpected and stunning weeping evergreen trees from around the world! We've handpicked some excellent options for all types of climates, so buckle up and let's dive in!

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Blue Atlas Cedar

Meet the majestic Blue Atlas Cedar. Plant it in full sun and well-drained soil, give it room to grow, and enjoy its expanding beauty in Zones 6-9.

Blue Spruce

The tall and beloved Blue Spruce has stunning silvery-blue needles and is perfect for windbreaks and privacy shields. It thrives in full sun and any soil type in Zones 2-7 of North America.

Norway Spruce

Meet the speedy Norway Spruce, a graceful pyramid-shaped tree with fluffy green needles. Ideal for wind and snow breaks, it thrives in full sun and any soil type in Zones 3-7.

White Spruce

White Spruce: Elegant cone shape, blue-green needles, and hardy nature. Great for shade and wind blocks, grows slowly to 60', and thrives in most soils and Zones 2-6's full to partial sun.

Weeping Hemlock

The Weeping Hemlock is a petite evergreen with cascading branches that makes a strong statement in landscaping. It prefers well-drained soil and thrives in Zones 4-7.


The weeping bottlebrush tree, also known as Callistemon, is a small evergreen that prefers the heat of Zones 9-10 and needs full sun and moist, well-drained soil to thrive.

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