Fall in Love with A Romantic Weeping Willow Tree
- Instantly Recognizable
- Romantic, Ground Sweeping Branches
- Fast Growing
- Heat and Cold Hardy
- Sage-Green, Soft Hues
- Delicate, Lacy Texture
- Adds Motion & Sound To The Landscape!
- Water Loving
- Vital For Wildlife
Everyone loves the familiar Weeping Willow tree (Salix babylonica). Its graceful, ground-sweeping branches add so much movement to your landscape. Best known for its rounded, romantic appearance with long sweeping branches, the Weeping Willow has so much to offer.
Spring comes early when you have a Weeping Willow; it's one of the first trees to leaf out early in the spring with incredibly fresh, bright green leaves. You will love its narrow, sage green leaves swaying in the breeze through the summer.
The flexible branches grow up and out, dramatically arching up, then growing down to trail on the ground. In the fall, you will be delighted by how it's golden yellow leaves develop intense fall color, as well.
If you are lucky enough to live on the water, you have an excellent soil type for a Weeping Willow. They'll thrive when planted near a water source. The reflection of a willow tree in water is just as pretty as a picture.
There is no such thing as too much water for a Weeping Willow tree. If you have a spot in your yard with moist soil that stays wet or collects water, the Weeping Willow will help dry it right up.
Weeping Willows can adapt to drier soils as well. While it loves water, the Weeping Willow tree adapts well in many soil conditions, including some drought tolerance. Not many trees can handle that extreme, from very wet to dry.
It is also one of the fastest-growing shade trees, with a growth rate of 8-10 feet a year. It will quickly reach its mature height and develop into one of your favorite plants.
It is fast to establish, growing quickly to beautify an area in the quickest amount of time. Every lake property or waterfront home should have one. Order today!