How to Grow a Weeping Willow From a Stem?

Answer A member of the Salicaceae family, the weeping willow is a fast growing tree that is capable of growing up to 10 feet every year. This deciduous tree produces green leaves that measure 4 to 8-inche... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Grow a Weeping Willow From a Stem

Can I grow wisteria on my weeping willow?

Sure if you're wanting a "wisteria" tree. The wisteria will eventually cover and strangle the willow.

Can I Grow a Weeping Willow Tree in Clay Soil?

Weeping willows make spectacular trees in the right location. Their weeping, graceful form softens a landscape and looks attractive near ponds and lakes. Willows tolerate a wide range of growing co... Read More »

Where can the weeping willow be found?

The weeping willow tree thrives in USDA Hardiness Zones 2 through 9, making this a tree that grows well throughout most of the United States. Although this tree is not native to North America, it c... Read More »

Is the weeping willow deciduous?

Weeping willows are large trees that grow well in a variety of different types of soil, moisture and sun exposure. At their peak, weeping willows reach as much as 70 feet high. They are deciduous t... Read More »