Fast Growing Privacy - Grows an Amazing 6-10 Feet a Year!
Sometimes you hear something that seems too good to be true. “You may have just won a million dollars!” “Drive a new car off of the lot for $0 down and $12 a month!” “The Willow Hybrid grows an amazing 6-10 feet a year!”
Now you have heard something that is too good AND too true. The Willow Hybrid (Salix Willow Hybrid) really DOES grow 6-10 feet a year.
Planted in full sun or part shade and given plenty of water, this willow will block any undesirable view you have in as little as a year! It can reach its full mature height of 50 – 75 feet in just 4-5 years. If that’s more height than you need, the Willow Hybrid is easily pruned to stay within bounds.
Plant them 3 feet apart in single rows for dense cover in a year; plant 5 feet apart in double staggered rows for a snow-stopping windbreak. Even though the willow drops its leaves in the winter, if planted densely enough the branches still provide an effective privacy hedge and wind break all season long.
Extremely disease and pest resistant, the Willow Hybrid is hardy from Canada to Florida and can thrive in most any soil.
Add value to your home by shielding that unsightly wall or that neighbor’s unpainted shed with a thick green living wall. Purchase a row’s worth of Hybrid Willows from Nature Hills Nursery today! Order now to avoid disappointment! They tend to sell quickly.
* Shockingly Fast Growing
* Disease and pest resistant
|Mature Height||60 - 70 feet|
|Mature Spread||50 - 60 feet|
|Mature Form||Upright, Pyramidal|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Flower Color||Not Showy|
- Starting at: $47.96 - In stock
- Massive and wonderful Review by JL
For the first year I was skeptical since one was dead all. most the day it arrived the second lasted for a month or so then died the third showed promise after the others died and this was actually leafing out a bit.
Three and a half years on and I couldn't be happier - so happy I bought three or four more. The original has now surpassed the chimney top and is a bit taller than my old pines and catalogs. I made the mistake of planting it in an area that is getting a bit tight as the width is fully coming into its own and spreading wider than my tubular bushes. The last measure was somewhere around seven or eight feet around the base. I love it and the other three or four are taking off as well. Excellent privacy but thin enough for light and a small view thru. I have neglected this first one and now I want them everywhere but impractical. Excellent for your money.
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