‘Snofozam’ (Snow Fountains®). An increasingly common (residentially speaking) small weeping cherry with pendulous branches. Similar to the early flowering ito-zakura (Japanese thread cherries) (Prunus subhirtella var. pendula), this plant was discovered by a midwestern American nursery and introduced in 1985. ‘Snofozam’ is likely is an open-pollinated seedling of P. subhirtella var. pendula. The pure white, five-petaled flowers of ‘Snofozam’ are copiously produced on leafless stems in March and the dark green, serrated leaves turn yellow and orange in autumn.