Willow - Weeping #7 Pot
Often when one envisions a quiet body of water, the graceful, elegant form of a Weeping Willow is seen at the water’s edge, the long, light green, pendulous branches reflected in the water, gently swaying with each little breeze. The Weeping Willow is a majestic deciduous tree with green, weeping foliage. Though it does well in very moist soils, Weeping Willows may also be successfully used as a fast-growing specimen or screen in drier, more open areas where it should receive regular watering to prevent leaf drop in a drought. It will survive drought but loses some leaves without irrigation. Ultimately reaching a height of 35 to 45 feet with an equal or greater spread, Weeping Willow should be given plenty of room to develop its broad, rounded crown. Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9.