Black Willow Seedlings

Black Willow Seedlings, Salix Nigra

 

If you are a carpenter, or are just good with your hands and like building your furniture, then consider planting or buying a black willow tree. These trees enjoy cooler climates near wet areas, such as swamps and rivers. The soil Black Willows need to should get plenty of sun and plenty of water. Black willows thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 8. These zones are located throughout the Midwest and stretch from the East to West coast.

These trees grow very fast. At their maturity, they reach to 30 to 60 feet; growing three to four feet per year over twenty years. If you live near the water in a cool climate, these trees will provide the perfect amount of shade for you in the summer months. The tree's leaves measure three inches and dangle down. This cascading effect will provide a calming atmosphere to your backyard. From far away, the leaves look like a green cloud blowing in the wind. Your family would soon come to love and appreciate this whimsical tree.

The Black Willow's limbs are very pliable, which is why the limbs used to be used to make artificial limbs for people. Now, the uses for the tree include but aren't limited to, shipping boxes, furniture, and toys. These trees have a long history. The Ancient Greeks made tea from its bark, and the Native Americans used its bark for medicinal purposes. Because the trees require a lot of water to grow, these trees also serve an environmental purpose. During times of a great amount of rain, these trees suck up the water through the soil. That is why it is essential to have a sufficient amount of trees near wetlands.

 

Black Willow Seedlings is an excellent tree for someone who has little time. This tree is beautiful in any yard. You will love the simple tending this tree requires. It can grow in poorly drained soil and moist conditions. This tree is gorgeous in autumn months because of the color it adds to your lawn.The Black Willow seedlings get up to between 60 – 100ft when they are fully matured. Its bark is a dark grey and is very smooth. Zone 3-9

 

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Black Willow Seedlings, Salix Nigra

 

If you are a carpenter, or are just good with your hands and like building your furniture, then consider planting or buying a black willow tree. These trees enjoy cooler climates near wet areas, such as swamps and rivers. The soil Black Willows need to should get plenty of sun and plenty of water. Black willows thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 8. These zones are located throughout the Midwest and stretch from the East to West coast.

These trees grow very fast. At their maturity, they reach to 30 to 60 feet; growing three to four feet per year over twenty years. If you live near the water in a cool climate, these trees will provide the perfect amount of shade for you in the summer months. The tree's leaves measure three inches and dangle down. This cascading effect will provide a calming atmosphere to your backyard. From far away, the leaves look like a green cloud blowing in the wind. Your family would soon come to love and appreciate this whimsical tree.

The Black Willow's limbs are very pliable, which is why the limbs used to be used to make artificial limbs for people. Now, the uses for the tree include but aren't limited to, shipping boxes, furniture, and toys. These trees have a long history. The Ancient Greeks made tea from its bark, and the Native Americans used its bark for medicinal purposes. Because the trees require a lot of water to grow, these trees also serve an environmental purpose. During times of a great amount of rain, these trees suck up the water through the soil. That is why it is essential to have a sufficient amount of trees near wetlands.

 

Black Willow Seedlings is an excellent tree for someone who has little time. This tree is beautiful in any yard. You will love the simple tending this tree requires. It can grow in poorly drained soil and moist conditions. This tree is gorgeous in autumn months because of the color it adds to your lawn.The Black Willow seedlings get up to between 60 – 100ft when they are fully matured. Its bark is a dark grey and is very smooth. Zone 3-9

 

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I was very pleased with the delivery wait time of this plant I found it both reasonable and fast.
Posted by annie fults on 5th Mar 2018

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Min Purchase Qty: 25 units
Description: Latin Name- Salix Nigra Hardy Planting Zones- 2-8 Mature Height- 30-60 feet Mature Width- 15-25 feet Sun or Shade- Full Sun