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Weeping Willow tree

We planted a weeping willow tree approximately 5 years ago. It is really not growing very well and is slow growing. My son did trim it back 2 yrs ago and it has still not grown so much. What can we do, or what can we use on it to get it going??


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 09/11/2017 @ 7:28 am

As this article explains, applying compost and fertilizer can help willow trees grow:

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This article explains more about fertilizing trees:

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Watering the tree once a week could help, especially during dry periods. Water the whole area where the roots could be growing, not just right at the trunk, to get the most benefit.


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