Willow is an absolutely beautiful ornamental tree.
Culture, planting size, will participate in the proper development of the willow.
Follow our advice on how to cure your willow:
Family : Salicaceae
Type : Tree
Height : 5 to 25 m
Climate : Temperate
Exposure : Sunlight
Ground : Wet
Foliage : Deciduous
Flowering : May-June
Willow needs’water and s’So perfect match to the edge’a river,’a basin or’a pond.
It is preferably to crash’Fall to facilitate’roots before the first frost and recovery in the spring.
- Follow our tips well plant a tree .
N’please mulch the soil after planting to maintain maximum’humidity.
It is recommended to fold frankly in February / March in all its branches.
This will help to’especially since the arrival of new branches and give him strength.
S disease’see also d’especially eradicated.
Willow frequent disease:
The leaves turn brown, are stained and eventually fall. The branches are also taking a brown-brown shade and dry.
He s’This scab is a disease caused by a fungus that’Marssonina called.
This disease is often caused by a wet spring, like most fungal diseases’elsewhere.
- Raking leaves and branches that fall to the ground to limit the spread
- Carry a spray based Bordeaux mixture
Knowing about Willow:
Willow is majestic in its size but also by its falling branches up’at ground level when’it is weeping and the wind whips.
In summer, it will bring you cool shade.
Friend of wetlands, it perfectly develops at the edge of’water and in swampy areas.
You can also diseases and parasites present in willow:
- L’Anthracnose : Black spots on the veins on branches
- Rust : Yellow stains on the front of brown leaves and pustule back.
- Canker : The branches and the trunk eventually dry up and die
Malignant Council on Willow:
Do not plant too close to the willow’a house because it takes a lot of space and a lot of’shadow!