Dappled Willow Shrub?

Answer Dappled willow shrubs are compact plants well-suited to small gardens. They add interest to the landscape throughout all seasons and thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture zones 5 through 9. The ... Read More »

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When can you prune a dappled willow shrub?

Prune your dappled willow in winter or early spring before new growth begins. Pruning will result in denser and bushier growth as well as a more vibrant color of the shrub's branches.Source:Dayton ... Read More »

Can you root a dappled willow shrub?

The Japanese dappled willow, Hakuro-nishiki, can be rooted from cuttings. Plant young, 6- to 8-inch stems in sterilized soil and keep moist. Leaves may be removed. Willow also sometimes roots wel... Read More »

A Description of the Dappled Willow?

Dappled Willow (Salix integra), also called the Nishiki Willow or the Japanese Dappled Willow, is a colorful deciduous shrub or tree with slender, delicate branches. Growers favor the Dappled Willo... Read More »

How do I care for dappled willow trees?

LocationGrow this tree north of U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 7, in a dry spot that receives a full eight hours of sunlight per day. The tree can also tolerate partial shade during ... Read More »