Weeping Willow tress are instantly recognised for their characteristic sweeping, drooping branches with long, narrow, finely toothed leaves. In winter the branches of varying colours, from golden, to red, grey or green provide a wistful scenic beauty , as they dip in the water.
Weeping willow are mostly grown near water, as they thrive in a sunny and watery environment, sometimes growing up to 10ft a year. Fully grown they do not exceed more than 40ft but can spread up to 35 feet. Willows have a massive root system, with that in mind, best not to plant near a water line and plant only in spring or Autumn. Always prune only in Autumn, and keep the ground underneath free from weeds and long grass to ensure no pests or diseases thrive.
Willow contains salicylic acid which is extracted for making into aspirin to cure headaches.
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