10% OFF & FREE SHIPPING OVER $199! CODE: SUMMER10
Thumbnail 0
Thumbnail 1
Thumbnail 2
Thumbnail 3
Preview 0
Zones 3-8
product image
Zones 3-8

Weeping Golden Willow

Salix x sepulcralis var. chrysocoma (= Salix alba 'Tristis')

View more from Willow Trees

Weeping Golden Willow

Salix x sepulcralis var. chrysocoma (= Salix alba 'Tristis')

34940 reviews
This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Related Products
Corkscrew Willow
Corkscrew Willow
$99.50
Dwarf Arctic WillowUp to 25%
Dwarf Arctic Willow
$59.50 - $99.50

30 day - ARRIVE AND THRIVE™ guaranteeLearn more

truck
Free shipping on orders over $199
truck
Free shipping on orders over $199
Special Features
Zone Map
Bird Friendly

Botanical Name

Salix x sepulcralis var. chrysocoma (= Salix alba 'Tristis')

Outdoor Growing zone

3-8

Mature Height

75-100

Mature Width

50-100

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

DOES NOT SHIP TO

AK, CA, HI, PR

The Weeping Golden Willow is a large deciduous tree for large gardens, or for growing in a large tub. It will reach 75 feet tall, or more, with a wide spread, and should be planted in an open area with plenty of room. It has long pendulous branches that are golden-yellow, and bright green spring leaves. The fall leaves are yellow. The weeping habit of this tree makes it incredibly beautiful, and this particular variety is the very best choice of the different weeping willows that are available.

  • The very best weeping willow to grow
  • Pendulous curtain of golden-yellow branches
  • Bright green young leaves in early spring
  • Beautiful fall leaves of clear yellow
  • Perfect tree to plant beside water

The Golden Weeping Willow should be grown in full sun or some partial shade, in almost any soil that is not dry. It grows well in wet ground and even standing in shallow water, and it is very fast growing, reaching about 30 feet in 10 years. Some pests or diseases are possible, and it may be damaged in major storms, but planted in the right place it is too beautiful not to grow. It can also be grown for some years in a large planter, and even stood in that planter in a garden pond.

About