The Hybrid Willow tree is a hardy and strong tree. It grows up to 50 feet to 70 feet tall and 20 feet to 30 feet wide. The Hybrid Willow tree is a super-fast grower. It can reach just under 20 feet in about the first two years of growth. It will continue to reach 15 feet to 20 feet every couple of years until reaching the full mature height. The hybrid willow is the best tree for parks or playgrounds, or perfects if you're looking for a tree in the yard that will provide shade. These are commonly planted along property lines and the outer edges of fields. However, these trees love moist yet well-drained soils; however, being as hardy as they are, it will take more than drought or even a simple cold snap to hurt this tree.
The Hybrid Willow tree is not only a fast-growing beast but an immense beauty. If you wish to control the height of this tree, it can quickly be done by simply pruning. You can control just how tall you want this tree to be. The average life of this tree is a 25-year life span. You are making it the perfect tree to be with you for many years to come. This tree grows fast, tall, comprehensive, and hangs around for many years. When planting these trees, remember never to let your roots dry out. They are hardy but letting the air of the root dry for any length of time will damage the tree's growth rate. You should take it directly from the pot and place it on the ground.
A lovely yet straightforward tree that can provide you with 20 to 30 years of shade and enjoyment, what more could you ask for. The Hybrid part of this tree gives you the best of two plants. The Salix Matsudana crossed with The Alba making this Willow tree an outstanding choice for your property.
Yet another significant aspect of this tree is its resistance to most all diseases and has a significant bug repellent aspect, making it very easy to maintain and keep healthy. With an average height of 40 feet and an average width of 15 feet, this tree would look great just about anywhere you want, so extra shade or privacy from even your next-door neighbors.