Weeping Willow  Salix Babylonica   
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Willow Weeping Babylonica-Salix Babylonica

This beautiful weeping willow (the best of the green weeping willows) is a hardy deciduous tree. Willow Weeping
Babylonica forms a gracefully rounded crown to about 50 feet in height with a spread just as wide.

Willow Weeping Babylonica's bark is dark gray and deeply furrowed. Branches divide into many thin stems that hang in
pendulous curtains to the ground.

Willow Weeping Babylonica is very adaptable and will thrive in most any soil.

Weeping willows are wide, tall trees with curtains of drooping branches that sweep the ground. Their small, narrow
leaves appear in very late winter, giving the trees a golden look. They become green as they mature and turn yellow in
A majestic, fast-growing tree, weeping willow branches separate into many thin stems that droop airily to the ground. The
weeping willow displays narrow leaves on its classic pendulous branches. This lance-shaped foliage sometimes has a silky
underside that glistens on a sunny, windy day.

For a weeping willow tree with bright green leaves in spring, plant Salix babylonica. This weeping willow is one of the first
trees to come into leaf in spring, and one of the last to lose its foliage in fall. Green summer foliage yields to a yellow
color in autumn. Height 40', spread 30'. Zones 4-9.
Thuja Gardens
Weeping Willow
This fast-growing tree has great beauty.
Perfect for those looking for a quick way to add character and value to their property.

An excellent shade tree that is always in high demand.

A favorite among tree lovers for its dramatic appearance and rounded, weeping shape.
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Willow Weeping 'Babylonica'
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buy 5 to 6 feet @ $26.95 ea.
buy 3 to 4 feet @ $12.95 ea.
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Dig your planting holes 12 inches round x 12 inches deep.
Do Not let dry out for the first year.
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