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- Latin Name- Salix Matsudana Hardy Planting Zones- 4-8 Mature Height- 20-30 ft Mature Width- 15-30 ft Sun or Shade-Full Sun
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Corkscrew Willow Tree - An Artistic Tree
Corkscrew Willow Tree - Salix matsudana. The Corkscrew Willow Tree is a shrub that is medium sized and is great for landscaping that is used for shading and privacy. The tree can grow up to 30 feet and get as wide as 15 feet with its branches and leaves. This tree is known for its twisted branches. The tree grows rapidly, typically with a spurt of 10 - 15 feet each year. Because of its rapid growth, it is considered a tree with a short lifespan. Although its lifespan is short, remember it is a great shade tree. In the fall the Corkscrew Willow Tree will present nice yellow leaves for you to visually enjoy. It is simple to grow, you can actually take cuttings from one tree and plant it after rooting it in water and a new willow will grow. The perfect soil for the willow will include peat moss, sand, and plenty of moisture. Better yet, you can plant the seedling for this tree anywhere and it will sprout. It can grow in full sun or partial shade and use plenty of fertilizer. This tree grows great in zones 4 - 8.
The corkscrew willow makes a beautiful addition to any home's landscape. The corkscrew willow, also known as the curly willow, gets its name from the unique, twisted branches that cascade up and out from its trunk. The spiraled branches add quirky character to a picturesque tree. Corkscrew willows are deciduous and proliferate. They can grow as much as 24 inches in one year's time. The signature twisted branches of a corkscrew willow arise from the trunk at an acute angle and then grow upwards and then outwards horizontally. Willow branches are known for growing out in a full spread. From its branches grow narrow, light green leaves. These leaves grow to be approximately 4 to 10 centimeters long and around 2 centimeters wide. The flowers of a corkscrew willow, which are borne as catkins, bloom in the spring. Corkscrew willow flowers are a bright green color with white undersides. When planting, growing and caring for a corkscrew willow, there are various things to take into consideration. Their root system is short and will remain close to the surface of the soil. While the corkscrew willow can be grown in most types of land, it does best in moist, well-drained soil. The corkscrew willow tolerates partial shade, but ideally should be in full sunlight. For optimal growth, the corkscrew willow needs to be often watered during its first year. After that, it should be watered generously during dry periods. Corkscrew willows are frequently used in residential and recreational landscaping to provide shade. Whether it be for shade or just for aesthetics, the corkscrew willow makes a beautiful addition to any landscape.