There is not much info online about weeping pines, there is a variety called the Mexican Weeping Pine but the branches still grow upwards like a normal plant. Then there is a weeping white pine and weeping spruce, and a Japanese white pine.... I'm curious now...do these all reproduce through seed? I know many weeping trees do but I have taken Camperdown Elms to heart and those are actually grafted using a mutant Wych Elm top. I found what appears to be a mutated pine with branches growing downward along the ground like a vine...same concept as the Camperdown discovery in Dundee, Scotland. I want to try and graft a branch onto a pine stock haha it will be the first down-growing camperdown pine tree to exist! But would this be a waste of time? Seems like I would be reproducing an already downward-growing white pine aka Japanese White Pine that already reproduces through seed??