Home Guides states that a weeping willow tree requires regular trimming to maintain the shape and health of the tree. To trim a weeping willow, remove all dead or diseased branches by cutting at the wider part of the bra... More »

The weeping willow tree is the most commonly known willow tree. Other types of willow trees include the corkscrew willow, white willow, and the black willow. More »

To successfully transplant a weeping willow, you need to carefully extract the root ball and trim the branches correctly before moving the tree to a prepared area. Tools needed include a flat-edged shovel, shears, a tarp... More »

To successfully transplant a weeping willow, you need to carefully extract the root ball and trim the branches correctly before moving the tree to a prepared area. Tools needed include a flat-edged shovel, shears, a tarp... More »

The weeping willow is a tree with characteristic long branches that arch toward the ground. You need to trim this tree regularly to keep it strong and healthy. Simply disinfect the pruning tools, remove dead and broken f... More »

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Prune a weeping willow by removing all dead and diseased foliage, cutting away damaged limbs, removing awkward branches, clipping off suckers and trimming the branch tips. You need a pair of pruning shears, bleach, water... More »

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According to SFGate Home Guides, published by the San Francisco Chronicle, a number of factors can contribute to the death of a weeping willow tree. First make sure that the weeping willow is planted in a USDA-approved p... More »