Black Willow Live Stakes

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  • 5
    Black Willow Live Stakes

    Posted by Wade Bedwell on Aug 30, 2019

    These look great in our yard.

  • 5
    Black Willow Live Stakes

    Posted by Patricia Kilgore on Aug 30, 2019

    This is a wonderful addition to our yard.

  • 5
    Black Willow Live Stakes

    Posted by Kim Fassio on Aug 29, 2019

    This is a wonderful addition to my property. Looks great where I planted it.

  • 5
    Black Willow Live Stakes

    Posted by Lisa Ownesby on Aug 28, 2019

    This looks great planted around our pond.

  • 5
    Packaged Well

    Posted by justice smart on Mar 05, 2018

    I had no problem out of the packaging with this plant. The plant came in unbroken and unharmed.

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Shipping Information

We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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Black Willow Live Stakes will Look Great Around Any Home.

Black Willow Live Stakes will require some time and effort to maintain. However, it is one of the more durable trees around. Its pointed green leaves distinguish the tree. However, it comes in different sizes. This tree can range from 7 feet to 25 feet tall.

This tree is best in hardy zones 3 through 9. It will be beautiful to have quality soil, adequate sunlight, and regular feeding and watering. Due to its size, you will need to grow the tree outdoors in grass fields and large yards. The scientific name for this unique tree is Salix nigra.

Black Willow Live Stakes are sometimes referred to as Salix nigra, Swamp Willow, or Weeping Willow.

This tree is the most abundant willow species in the world.

The tree is usually found near wetlands in the eastern parts of the United States. The average tree grows at the height of 50 to 65 feet tall. Off of a single trunk are multiple stems. Black Willow Live Stakes often leans as the tree grows. The slightly curved green leaves are lanced-shaped and grow about 6 inches. The trees bloom dangling catkins with tiny flowers that do not have petals.

The bark of the tree is dark brown, black, or gray. Growing this tree is as comfortable as breaking off a branch and planting it in the ground near water. The tree grows better in the sun but can improve in shady areas. Though the tree matures in thirty years, the species is known for having a short life expectancy. The wood has no odor or taste and has been used as a tonic to cleanse the blood. Many things are made from this tree because the wood is light and flexible. Some furniture parts and artificial limbs are made from this tree.

Often used as lumber for shipping boxes, the Black Willow tree, or Salix Nigra to give the tree its Latin name, has become a favorite tree for those looking to put large pieces of land to good use in a bid to make a profit on their property. One of the most impressive aspects of the Black Willow is the broad range of hardiness zones.

It's classed as native to eastern North America, and the Black Willow can be found from Southern Ontario through regions of Florida and Texas. The Black Willow is a medium-sized tree that can grow to a range of sizes from just over 30 feet to around 100 feet; alternating leaf sizes and shapes add interest in the form of long and thin to short and broad leaves.

Black Willow Live Stakes have many uses among landscapers and gardeners.

There is a range of uses for the Black Willow tree that make it a popular choice for landscaping experts and gardeners from across the U.S. looking to use these trees for various reasons.

Although a medium-sized tree, the Black Willow can produce a significant shade despite its beautiful texture. It creates a decorative style enjoyed by many with large and medium-sized gardens where Fall leaves turn a stunning yellow.

The tolerance to the water of the Black Willow has added to the number of possible uses of this deciduous tree that produces small yellow flowers each spring as new leaf growth begins. In swamp conditions, the Black Willow has become a popular option for those landscape professionals looking into the reconstruction of different areas of swampland that can encourage the return of bees, elk, and deer to native regions.

 This tree will thrive in moist and poorly drained soil conditions. It can grow just about anywhere; The Black Willow can stand out among others because of its massive height and width. They require little maintenance and are easy to take care of.

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These Live Stakes Grow in Wet Soils and Do Well in Poor Drained Soils.

Black Willow Live Stakes - Salix nigra. Black Willow trees are commonly found near streams and rivers. They are small trees with dark bark and bright green, elongated leaves.

Due to their size, they are ideal for ornamental purposes and make a perfect addition to your yard. The Black Willow Live stakes are cuttings from live trees directly planted into the ground to take root. They install during the dormant season, from late fall to early spring.

These Stakes are ideal for Ornamental Trees. They have twisted multiple trunks that grow from the same root system. The leaves are petite and skinny and can grow up to four inches long. The bark is darker in color, sometimes looking dark brown or black.

This tree produces a slight reddish-brown color and contains seeds that will drop out and plant new trees. It is recommended to stake this tree up in the younger years until it establishes itself. One of the oldest Black Willow trees in New Jersey is over 150 years old. The roots are bitter but can be used to treat headaches and coughs. It has a small fruit that can be yellow or brown. This tree has tiny needles that are almost black.

This tree will grow in wet soils and perform well in poorly drained soils. They are often found growing in places where moisture collects, such as drainage areas, creek beds, drains, or on the side of the road. This tree can give you lots of shade and immense beauty to watch in the coming years.

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