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Corkscrew Willow ships as 3 to 4 foot tall bare root plantsOrders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
Corkscrew Willow, or Willow Cork - Salix matsudana, Tortuosa. You, too, will find the Corkscrew Willow a most unusual willow tree because of its contorted but graceful branching.
The winter branch pattern is the most interesting and ornamental feature of the tree with its contorted limbs, branches, and twigs. Corkscrew Willows can be clumped together with three trees or more to make a multi-trunk form, or can be trimmed to make a single stemmed tree.
Also called the Dragons Claw or Snake willow, you can cut some of the branches in winter to use in floral arrangements.
An easy to grow tree, it will tolerate any soil, especially wet soils with poor drainage. An exceptionally strong and hardy tree is very attractive in the winter with its golden bark. Can be used for Bonsai, specimen or to line a drive or property border. Zones 3 - 10.
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