Weeping Willow Trees
Weeping willow trees are beautiful and fascinating trees whose lush, curved form is instantly recognizable.
The weeping willow tree (botanical name, Salix babylonica) is prized as a graceful specimen plant. Set the willow off on its own—it has a spread of up to 50 feet and a far-reaching root system—and admire the tree’s weeping habit, its long, narrow, light-green leaves presenting a shimmery canopy
The weeping willow grows very fast—up to 10 feet per year, until it reaches a height of up to 50 feet.