Information About Willow

Did you know there are many types of willow trees? Learning how to grow and care for a willow tree depends on what variety you have in mind, as different types may have different needs. Learn more about how to grow willows and care for them with the information provided in the following articles.

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Living Willow Fence Ideas – Tips For Growing A Living Willow Fence

By Susan Albert, Freelance Garden Writer

Creating a living willow fence is an easy, inexpensive way to screen a view or divide garden areas. Read on to learn more.

What’s Wrong With My Dappled Willow: Common Dappled Willow Problems

By Teo Spengler

Dappled willow is one of the smaller members of the willow family. Although undemanding, it will occasionally see problems. Learn about them here.

Coral Bark Willow Care – What Is A Coral Bark Willow Tree

By Teo Spengler

For lovely winter interest and nice summer foliage, you can’t go wrong with coral bark willow shrubs. Click here for tips on coral bark willow care.

Peachleaf Willow Facts – Peachleaf Willow Identification And More

By Teo Spengler

Few trees are easier to grow than native willows. Peachleaf willow trees are no exception. It’s not hard to identify peachleaf willows since they have leaves that look similar to the foliage of peach trees. Click here for peachleaf willow facts that describe this native tree.

Willow Varieties – Types Of Willow Trees To Grow In The Landscape

By Teo Spengler

If you are curious about which willow varieties might work well in your yard or garden, you’ll need to start by figuring out how much room you have and what growing conditions you can offer. Click here for an overview of popular varieties of willows.

Pruning A Dappled Willow – How To Prune Dappled Willow Shrubs

By Teo Spengler

The dappled willow is a popular ornamental tree with a graceful weeping habit. Since this tree grows quickly, pruning a dappled willow is always an important part of the maintenance. Click here for information on dappled willow pruning.

Japanese Willow Pruning – How To Cut Back A Japanese Willow Tree

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Like most willows, Japanese willow trees grow extremely fast. Trimming Japanese willows is a chore you may have to do several times a year to keep the shape and size in check. Click this article to learn how to prune Japanese willows.

What Are Willow Galls: Learn About Galls On Willow Trees

By Teo Spengler

Willow tree galls are unusual growths that appear on willow trees. You may see different varieties on leaves, shoots, and roots. The galls are caused by sawflies and other pests as well as bacteria and can look quite different depending on the pest causing them. Learn more here.

Weeping Willow Pruning: Should I Cut Back A Weeping Willow Tree

By Teo Spengler

No tree is more graceful than the beautiful weeping willow with its long tresses swaying gracefully in a breeze. But that cascading foliage and the branches that support it need to be cut back from time to time. Learn about pruning the tree in this article.

Golden Willow Information – How To Grow A Golden Willow Tree

By Teo Spengler

Golden willow is like white willow in many ways but its new stems grow in a bright golden color. Growing golden willows is not difficult in the appropriate location. Click this article for more golden willow information.

Black Willow Information: How To Grow Black Willow Trees

By Teo Spengler

If you are growing black willows, you know that the distinguishing feature of this tree is its dark, furrowed bark. For more black willow information, including tips about how to grow black willow trees, this article will help.

Weeping Willow Care: Tips On Planting Weeping Willow Trees

By Gardening Know How

Weeping willow is a lovely, graceful tree for a large scale garden. Featuring silvery green foliage in summer and turning yellow in the fall, these are fast growing, large trees useful for screening or as a focal point in the garden. Learn more in this article.

White Willow Care: Learn How To Grow A White Willow

By Teo Spengler

The white willow is a majestic tree with leaves that have a magic of their own. Tall and graceful, the undersides of its leaves are silvery white, giving the tree its common name. Click this article for more white willow information and care.

What Is Willow Scab Disease – Learn How To Treat Willow Scab Disease

By Teo Spengler

Scab on willow trees usually doesn't cause serious harm unless the black canker fungus is also present. Learn about how to recognize and treat willow scab disease in this article. Click here for additional information on this fungal problem.

Basket Willow Tree Care: Growing Willow Plants For Baskets

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

While the long, slender branches of most willow tree species lend themselves to the creation of beautiful woven baskets, certain larger willow species are preferred. Click this article to learn more about growing willow plants for baskets.

Willow Tree Bark Is Falling Off: How To Treat Peeling Willow Bark

By Teo Spengler

Although willows are not sickly trees, a few diseases and pest infestations do attack and cause willow tree problems. If willow tree bark is falling off, you may need to take action. This article provides information to help with that.

Corkscrew Willow Care: Tips For Growing A Curly Willow Tree

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

In spite of its downfalls, growing a curly willow tree is a worthy endeavor, and with proper care, you?ll enjoy this fascinating tree for several years. Learn more about how to grow corkscrew willow trees in this article.

Best Time To Prune Willows: How To Prune A Willow Tree

By Jackie Carroll

Willow trees need special pruning that begins while the tree is young. Proper pruning helps establish a graceful growth pattern and prevents damage as the tree grows. Read this article to find out how to prune a willow tree.

What Is A Flamingo Willow: Care Of Dappled Japanese Willow Tree

By Amy Grant

Japanese willow tree, also known as the dappled willow tree and flamingo willow, makes a great landscape plant. Read this article to learn more about its care. Click here for additional info.

Willow Tree Growing: Learn How To Grow A Willow Tree

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Willow trees are suitable for moist sites in full sun. They perform well in almost any climate. There are many types of willow trees for the home landscape. Learn how to grow a willow tree in this article.

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