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Planting a Cutting from a Weeping Willow

Can I plant a branch from a weeping willow? Should I use root hormone on it?

By Eileen

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July 5, 20110 found this helpful
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I would say definitely on the root hormone. I know that you can root the curly willows in water first. It should not be hard either way. It is almost impossible to kill those darn things!

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