Willow Weeping

#7 Willow Weeping

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Latin Name: Salix alba 'Tristis'

Height: 50 - 75 feet

Spread: 50 - 75 feet

Sunlight: Full Sun; Part Sun

Hardiness Zone: 4-8

Golden Weeping Willows are picturesque trees, often seen with their gracefully weeping branches overhanging water. The branches are golden in color and the green leaflets have silvery undersides. It grows best when given wide open spaces for its form to develop as it matures. Weeping Willows are considered messy due to its tendency to drop branchlets. The root system is aggressive, and will seek water, so do not plant near homes, water pipes, or sewer systems.

Attracts: Birds

Other Names: Salix babylonica