How do I prune a weeping willow tree?

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You can trim your weeping willow plant the way you prefer when it is still young. Suckers, which grow from the ground and travel up the stem of the tree, should be cut away. Pruning a young weeping willow tree assists it to have the preferred shape as it grows larger.
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1. Shape the weeping willow the way you want it when it is young. Pruning a young weeping willow tree helps it to have the shape that you want as it grows larger. 2. Cut away suckers
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suckers are a sighn of stress make sure its not planted too deep lightly remove some of the soil from around the trunk of the tree there will be some smaller roots they should only
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How to Prune a Weeping Willow
Few trees can top the graceful form of a weeping willow (Salix babylonica), a deciduous tree that grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 8. A tree that grows well in a moist spot, such as near a pond or stream, the... More »
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