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Although my personal preference is almost always for trees to be bottom-worked — thus allowing the natural habit of the cultivar to develop — as a nurseryman, I do recognise that a significant proportion of flowering cherries are produced and sold top-worked, especially weeping cultivars, but also those with a bushy, rounded or upright form.
Anyone in the trade who is involved with trees for street planting, whether field or container growers, wholesalers and traders or their customers, will be aware of the relatively short list of suitable candidates among flowering cherry cultivars.