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Willow Niobe Gold Weeping
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Golden Niobe Weeping Willow ships as 4 to 5 foot tall, bare root tree
AVAILABLE WITH SURVIVAL PACK AT A DISCOUNTED PRICEOrders 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.
Golden Niobe Willow, Salix Alba Tristis, is one of the most interesting of the weeping willows. The Niobe Weeping Willow, also known as Niobe Golden and Golden Niobe Weeping Willows, produces a more upright weeping branch structure that starts out as a soft golden color deepening to a brilliant yellow bark during the winter months. The long narrow bright green leaves are a wonderful contrast to the golden branching.
In spring, the Niobe Golden Weeping Willow white flowers develop as catkins like those of the Pussy Willow. A beautiful flowering willow tree.
The Golden Niobe will grow into the 50 - 70 foot height range with a spread equal in height. As with most any Weeping Willow tree, the Niobe Weeping Willow should be planted in full sun away from all types of piping and foundations and no less than 40 feet away from any septic field lines. Weeping Willows are best sited near or on water banks (moist to wet soil areas) where they can spread their long golden branches.
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