‘Pendula Rosea’ is a cultivar that typically grows 15-25’ tall with a pronounced weeping form and light pink to rose-pink flowers. Nomenclature on this tree is a bit confusing. Many weeping cherries including the within cultivar may still be incorrectly sold as cultivars of Prunus x subhirtella .
Prunus herincquiana (Lavallée) Koehne Prunus subhirtella ( Prunus × subhirtella ) or Prunus pendula  sometimes also called winter-flowering cherry ,  spring cherry , Higan cherry , or rosebud cherry  is a small deciduous flowering tree originating in Japan , but unknown in the wild.
Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’ is a medium-sized tree noted for its showy early Spring blooms, rapid growth, and strongly weeping habit to the ground, with its upper arching branches becoming mounding with age.
Introduction. Weeping Higan Cherry grows 20 to 30 feet tall and spreads 15 to 25 feet in a graceful weeping habit. Leaves stay glossy green throughout the summer and into the fall when they turn a vivid yellow before leaving the tree bare in winter.
Prunus subhirtella, commonly called Higan cherry, is a medium sized deciduous tree growing to 40-50’ tall.
Weeping Cherry ‘Pendula Rosea’, Weeping Higan Cherry ‘Pendula Rosea’, Cherry ‘Pendula Rosea’, Drooping Rosebud Cherry ‘Pendula Rosea’, Prunus × subhirtella ‘Pendula Rosea’ Regarded as one of the finest weeping cherries, Prunus pendula ‘Pendula Rosea’ is a small deciduous tree forming a broad crown of long, gracefully arching pendulous branches.