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Transplanting a Weeping Willow Tree

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Weeping willow starts readily grow from the base of the plant and root quite easily. This guide is about transplanting a weeping willow tree.
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March 25, 20150 found this helpful

The willow is about 2 years old and has started to bud. Is it too late to move it?

By Terri

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October 2, 20130 found this helpful

I bought a bundle of willow branches online and placed them as instructed. They started budding/growing leaves, more and more each day. A few months later I went out back and planted them. A week later I went out and there were leaves/branches sprouting everywhere.

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It was out back for maybe 6 months, and is about a year old now. Recently my dad asked me to move it to the front, so I did. As expected, it went into shock. The leaves whithered and eventually fell off and the branches dried out.

Some of the branches are sprouting new leaves, closer to the trunk of the tree; but there are so many more branches that are dry and brittle. Do I prune the dead branches/twigs, or will the tree eventually catch up and look beautiful again?

By Donna R

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September 11, 20130 found this helpful

Can I transplant a weeping willow? And if yes, how do I do this?

By Jennitta

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June 18, 20120 found this helpful

Can l move my willow tree from the ground to another place, as it has no room to spread?

By Babs from Catford, London

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