Pink Weeping Cherry Tree - This is exactly the types of trees that will make the house look amazing and full of color. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Upright trained weeping Japanese maple.
oh my gosh literally the best. dwarf willow tree; i almost cried when i saw this its so beautiful
Wisteria tree at Ashikaga Flower Park, Japan 足利フラワーパーク
weeping blue atlas cedar does best in loamy soil and full sun but will tolerate other soils except those with poor drainage. It is a moderate to slow-growing evergreen, growing to 10 feet tall and 15 feet wide. It is somewhat difficult to transplant so it is best to plant container-grown trees. Staking and training young trees is necessary to establish the desired form..
Japanese Maple Trees, Don Struke
Picea pungens ‘Skyline’ in the heather garden, cadysfallsnursery
Ginkgo Biloba Bonsaï
Reaching just 15 to 18 inches tall and 4 to 5 feet wide in 20 years, this completely procumbent dwarf is dramatic and unusual in habit, with major branches pressed against the ground. Trouble-free in full sun and moisture-retentive soil, it does best in airy, moist locations. Zones 3-7.