Also, the foliage has an interesting smell of cotton candy in the fall.
Then this one, which I had never seen before today, they are whorled, 3 per node.
Leaves are sort similar to red bud. (Cercidiphyllum means Cercis like). But not really. The Cercis is on the top, alternate arrangement, entire margins and different vein pattern. Elliptical to ovate leaf form in the upper image and one from a spur in the second one.
Again, Cercis on the top.
Plants are dioecious (separate male and female plants). Not very showy.
Misidentification: Cercis is about it, and I hope to have detailed the differences above. Leaf arrangement and shape as well as the margins of the leaves.
Aptos : There is a young weeper in seacliff area, 421 Hillcrest Dr.
Soquel: 3003 Fairway Dr has a nice specimen in front.