Weeping Blue Arctic Willow

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This delightful small tree combines a graceful weeping habit with the soft silvery catkins of a pussy willow. A childhood favorite with an aristocratic style.

Companion Plants

Spreading Juniper

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Spreading Juniper

Junipers are wonderfully easy to grow. There are many sizes and shapes available to fit any landscape need. Most are hardy, durable, and require little maintenance. Evergreen foliage contrasts strikingly with other juniper, redtwig dogwood, and barberry. Tolerates any well-drained soil type.

Viburnum

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Viburnum

Adaptable and dependable four-season garden interest. Most viburnum offer large flowers that attract butterflies, thick summer foliage, and berries and vibrant fall foliage that attract birds. Nice with fir, rhododendron, crocosmia and variegated periwinkle. Prefers well-drained soil.

Lilac

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Lilac

Details

Common name

Weeping Blue Arctic Willow

Botanical name

Salix purpurea

Variety

Pendula

Zone

USDA 3 - 8

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Bloom time

No Bloom

Light

sun

Height

7-8' (2-2.5 m)

Habit

weeping

Water

2-3 times per week

Feed

use an all-purpose in spring

Maintenance

protect from standing water in winter