Home > Trees > All Trees > Quick Shade Red Baron Willow Tree
Quick Shade Red Baron Willow Tree
Membership has its privileges
As a Greenwood Garden Club Member you will receive:
Already a Greenwood Garden Club Member?
Click here to log in now and receive member pricing.
Greenwood Garden Club Members please login to take advantage of member pricing, current specials and to access your member’s page.
Not a Greenwood Garden Club Member?
Click here to join now and receive member pricing and special discounts.
Our best selling Red Baron Hybrid Willows ship as 2 to 3 foot bare root trees
The "Red Baron" is a very Fast Growing Shade tree. Through a special purchase, we are able to offer for sale this season this nationally advertised fast growing tree species. The "Red Baron" Willow hybrid is named for its reddish tinged branches that provide color to the landscape in fall throught winter. Under average and normal conditions, the Red baron will grow six feet per year. Pictured here is an eight year old tree in a landscape setting. Planted as a specimen, or to line a road or drive, you can expect this tree to be over 20' tall and 15' wide in just three years. It can grow to over 70' tall.
Plant Survival Packs are the best assurance that newly planted trees will live and thrive. But the Survival Pack does much more than just increase survivability. It also enables trees to grow faster and stronger.
Click here for planting instructions:
|People who have purchased this product have also purchased these:|
Bignonia Tangerine Beauty | Crossvine
Plant the Bignonia Tangerine Beauty on your trellis or arbor for beautiful coverage. Crossvine or Trumpet Flower offers orange colorful trumpet shaped flowers
Hen and Chicks Plant
Hen and chicks plants, Sempervivum tectorum, are the perfect plant for beginning gardeners. Also, known as Hen-and-chickens, this small spreading succulent
Sweet Summer Love Clematis
Sweet Summer Love Clematis is our newest fragrant flowering vine. A long blooming clematis, the Sweet Summer Love blooms with cranberry to violet star like flowers beginning in July (for the midwest and northeast) until mid September.