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How to Replant a Weeping Willow

Overview Weeping willows (Salix) are members of the family Salicaceae. They are deciduous trees that will grow well outdoors in USDA planting zones 5, 6, 7, and 8. Weeping willows are graceful trees,

Types of Weeping Willow Trees

The weeping willow tree is a graceful looking tree with low, sweeping branches that droop to create a canopy. Weepin

How to Trim Weeping Willow Trees

Overview Weeping willows (Salix spp.) have long, drooping branches with fine textured leaves. They grow fast and reach 35 to 45 feet tall and wide within a few years. Weeping willows have a natural ar

Characteristics of Weeping Willow Trees

A graceful, flowing weeping willow tree might seem like the perfect addition to the landscape. These towering trees

Diseases on Weeping Willow Trees

Willow trees are a favorite among tree lovers for their dramatic, elegant appearance. The willow (salix) is often fo

Trees Similar to a Weeping Willow

Weeping willow trees are well known for their majestic and beautiful branches, which add striking visual appeal to t

Information on Weeping Willows

Overview The weeping willow tree is one of the most easily recognizable deciduous trees due to its gently weeping branches and foliage. Often found beside pond a

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