What Is the Importance of the Weeping Willow?

Answer A weeping willow is a popular shade tree often found near ponds and streams in picturesque landscapes. As a deciduous tree, it loses its leaves in the fall and regrows them in the spring--unlike ev... Read More »

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How do I buy weeping willow trees?

Buying a Weeping WillowWhen shopping for a weeping willow the trees are young and smaller than a full-sized weeping willow. When looking, you may notice that the saplings may look a little wilted a... 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 »

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 »

How do I train a weeping willow?

Encourage Growth of a LeaderA leader is the strongest vertical stalk that grows up from a tree. Due to the pendulous growth of the willow tree, it is important to encourage a straight, upward-growi... Read More »