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Salix Caprea Kilmarnock 150cm. Weeping Pussy Willow Tree. 7.5 Litre

Salix Caprea Kilmarnock 150cm. Weeping Pussy Willow Tree. 7.5 Litre

£22.95
Salix Caprea Kilmarnock Pussy Willow Tree 150cm
Salix Caprea Kilmarnock Pussy Willow Tree 150cm Salix Caprea Kilmarnock Pussy Willow Tree 150cm
17 In stock
Quick Overview
Beautiful Pussy Willow Tree, presented in large 7.5 litre pots with a clear stem of 120 cm and an overall height of approximately 150 cm.
Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
121cm - 140cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
7.5 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
1.5/2m
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
White
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Medium
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
No
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Salix Caprea Kilmarnock Weeping Pussy Will Tree 7.5 Litre Pot 150cm:  A stunning addition to any garden, low maintenance and virtually problem free, our Salix trees are perfect for large and small gardens and can be planted in the ground or pot. A weeping tree that has dark green foliage during summer months. Whilst Salix are deciduous trees this particular variety gives plenty of winter interest, it is one of the first plants in the garden to come to life after the dormant months, in very early spring or late winter in warmer areas the long branches are covered in masses of buds, when open they cover the bare branches in golden catkins.

What to expect: You plant will arrive planted in a large 7.5 litre pot and will have  a clear stem of 120cm, total height inclusive of pot is approximately 150cm or 5ft, depending on the time of year purchased it will look just like the pictures which were taken November.

These Salix Trees require minimal pruning, however if you choose they can be cut back quite hard. Remove any broken, diseased or crossing branches in late autumn or winter and shorten any overly long shoots. When ground planting soak rootball well and incorporate lots of well-rotted compost in the planting hole.

Branches can be removed for flower arranging in late winter through to early spring.