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Willow Trees

Willow Trees

The recognisable weeping willow is just one of hundreds of willow species. While the weeping willow is one of the more sought after varieties, their gigantic size doesn’t suit every garden. In our collection of willow trees, you’ll discover willows that can thrive in gardens of all sizes.

Willow trees are hardy and, sprawling size aside, easy to maintain. Discover the species we have on offer here at Primrose or browse even more ornamental trees for your outdoor space

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    Salix alba 'Britzenis' | Willow Tree
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  • Where do willow trees grow best?

    Most species of willow grow best in full sun, planted in moist but well-drained soil. Be careful not to plant your willow too close to your house as the roots spread wide and can cause damage to foundations and drains. 

    The size and shape of willows make them a great choice for creating privacy in your garden, so the bottom of your garden is often a popular place to grow willows.. 

  • What’s the difference between a willow and a weeping willow?

    There are over 300 varieties of willow trees, with weeping willow being only one of them! Weeping willows are one of the best-known varieties because of their sheer size and impressive appearance, but there are many other kinds of willow trees available that don’t grow to be quite as large or imposing.

  • Are willows easy to look after?

    On the whole, willows are hardy trees. Most varieties of willow are easy to root, can easily be shaped to maintain the size and appearance you prefer and are tough plants that withstand annual frosts and inclement weather. 

    We offer a wide range of willow species in our collection of ornamental plants and trees here at Primrose, so you can find the perfect variety for your outdoor space.