Snow Fountains Cherry Tree - A member of the Rosaceae family, the snow fountains weeping cherry is a deciduous tree that reaches 12 feet tall and an 8-foot branch spread at maturity. The tree's deep green weeping foliage gives way to showy white flowers that bloom in spring. Snow fountains weeping cherry trees prefer planting in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 5 through 8, where the average winter temperatures remain above minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
This is how they got the name for their youngest daughter, November Rose. In the north, a few very strong and persistent roses still bloom and survive despite being covered by frost. NR, survived a difficult birth and Jack and Elsa thought this name was perfect for her. A survivor.