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The graceful hanging limbs of the weeping willow tree are especially useful in providing that dramatic form a look that makes it the classic lake tree or seaside tree specimen that is salt water tolerant. The branches of the weeping willow trees can sometimes grow four feet in a single season and the dense leaf formations provide an excellent block for roadside noises. Mature weeping willow trees can grow 50 feet tall and withstand extremely cold climates of zones 3 to 9 where temperatures can drop to 35 degrees below zero. The Weeping Willow Tree is adapted to grow in most states and is extreamly cold hardy.

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��Weeping Willows are one of the most easily recognizable shade trees. A Weeping Willow is very calming and pleasing to the eye the long, thin branches hang gracefully and sway gently in even the slightest breeze. While it is often found near ponds to prevent erosion but it adapts well to many soil conditions. Many hotels plant the Green Weeping Willow Tree outside of the lobby and prune off the lower branches to view in and out of the lobby. The tree can begin growing leaves in early March. A Weeping Willow Tree is one of the most cold hardy shade trees growing in almost every State, and can grow up to 8 feet in a single year. The Weeping Willow tree grows well near water, yet has some drought tolerance.

��The leaves of this tree are long and narrow, most between 2-1/2 and 6 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. Slightly wider near the base. Light green with a finely toothed margin. It is graceful and refined, easily recognized by its open crown of ground-sweeping branches. Extracts from willow bark contain salicin which acts as an anti-inflammatory similar to aspirin. The weeping willow tree is refined and graceful and is easily recognized by the wide open crown of branches sweeping downwards towards the ground. In the early spring the narrow long leaves of the weeping willow begin to appear and grow vigorously until the fall when the entire tree changes into a brilliant golden globe. Weeping willow trees often are planted as shade trees near houses to reduce the extremely high cost of electricity.


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Fayetteville, NC May 19, 2016
Reviewer: Staci Renee from Fayetteville , NC United States  
I was expecting a tree or at least a couple of leaves when it showed up at my front door. I also bought the Carolina King Bannana Tree, Tennessee Mountain Fig, Plantation Sweet Pomegranate tree and the weeping willow tree. The Carolina King Banana tree is doing just as well as the Cavendish Dawrf Tree. I will state though, the Fig and Pomegranate tree was delivered as 6 foot sticks, with no leafs and no sign of life. It's going on a month of them being planted, and they still look silly in my yard as sticks. Weeping willow is doing great and starting growing immediately. I asked for a replacement tree for the fig and pomegranate.  I wasn't please with the reply of "not enough time to determine if a replacement is needed!" Really? I didn't want a dead stick in my back yard for the next year so I bought a fig and Pomegranate tree from Fast-growing-trees.com and they showed up very lush and full of life.

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weeping willow tree May 7, 2016
Reviewer: Maryann Ranke from Rochester Hills, MI United States  
Hi, thank you for sending the trees in good condition they were planted the day we received them.  Hope they well give us great enjoyment  for years to come.   Thank you

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Very very poor customer service May 4, 2016
Reviewer: Leonard Wydotis from Marion, KY United States  
I ordered four 6 to 7 foot trees and one of them was split in the center when I received it with no growth on the upper part of the plant.  I contacted customer service via the website and they refused to send a replacement and just stopped communicating with me.  I will make one more attempt and then if they do not honor their warranty I will file a formal complaint with the BBB.

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Might take 20 years... April 30, 2016
Reviewer: Jo Ann Martin from Powell, OH United States  
This is so small and bare that it might take 20 years to mature.

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Willow tree order April 2, 2016
Reviewer: Bruce Petersen from Summerfield, NC United States  
Arrived on time and in good condition

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