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Hybrid Willow - 12"
Hybrid Willow in the nursery.

Hybrid Willow - 12"

Your Price: $2.50
425 In Stock
Part Number:HW-12

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Hybrid Willow (Austree) is a great choice when you are in need of a mature tree quickly. They grow into a beautiful shade tree or you can plant them in rows to create a visual border.

They are extremely fast growing, adaptable to many planting sites, and hardy in the lower 48.

One advantage of hybrid willows is they hold their leaves longer than other deciduous trees. These trees create a tall screen great for covering hunting blinds, preventing neighbors from viewing your property, or creating a natural snow block. If you plant them as a screen, the leaves will last well into fall. Consider putting a row or two of them next to your newly planted evergreens. They will create the screen in a season or two, while the evergreens take their time getting big enough.

Size: 12" unrooted cutting

Common Name: Hybrid Willow

Scientific name: Salix matsudana x alba

USDA Hardiness Zone: 2 - 9

Height: 70 feet

Width: 20 feet

Anaerobic Tolerance: High 

Recommended ground cover: woven fabric.

Rooting hormone: None

Please see the Shipping Dates page for delivery date information.

5 Stars
This will be an on going review, so far so good the sticks arrived promptly, I planted them 5 feet apart, so I will let you know about their progress.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Concord. on 4/15/2021
5 Stars
Plant Yesterday
Plant these yesterday. I needed about 600' of road screening to keep prying eyes out and help deer feel more secure for earlier afternoon movement. The ground was low, poorly drained clay. I had 6-8' of growth on these the 1st year. Planted at 6' between trees. 3' between rows. I put down landscape fabric in the spring, and built a two layer electric fence to keep the deer out during the winter. These are the fastest and most cost effective screening that I have found. Conifers are great, they just take so long to get to any real size. Annual screens fall over in December.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Northern, NY . on 1/27/2023
5 Stars
Hybrid Willow
Planted mid May and most are out of the 4' tubes at end of July. Should hit the 6' mark this year. Will be a great tall screening at end of next year!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Wisconsin. on 8/7/2022

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