A classic and calming beauty that is perfect for your any large landscape!
The Green Weeping Willow flaunts its classic and elegant beauty with its dangling arched branches and calming appearance. It has a long, slender and light green foliage, and can preferable grow somewhere next to water. Its gorgeous round canopy can serve as a nesting place for a variety of birds and can bear food for beavers, deers and rabbits. This calming tree needs uninterrupted and unmodified sunlight for at least four hours per day. The beautiful yellowish catkins of the Green Weeping Willow appears during late Sping or Winter. During the Fall, its light green leaves would change its color and becomes yellow. This willow tree grows fast and can reach up to 30 to 50 feet, with a width of 30 to 40 feet. It can generally adapt to any soil composition, but to achieve best results, make sure the soil is moist and well-drained. The perfect place to plant the Weeping Willow is near a stream or pond.