Weeping Willows, latin name Salix Babylonica are an arching fast growing tree.
Weeping Willows have an incredibly graceful appearance with very long slim arching branches, that droop down to the ground. These trees love to be in moist conditions and are ideal in areas near to water. What can be more English than the site of a Weeping Willow next to a riverbank. They are fast growing but can be cut back hard, especially in the first two seasons to maintain them as a manageable tree.
The catkins appear with the young silky leaves in early Spring.
Please ask us for advice on Weeping Willows - it's one of our most popular trees - and we're here to help!
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