Hakuro Nishiki Willow Tree

Hakuro Nishiki Willow Tree doesn’t really mind what kind of soil you put it in, so long as it’s well drained and fertile. With a max height of 6′ and a spread of 7′ this tree can fit most anywhere. It won the Award of Garden Merit for its beauty and grace throughout the seasons and lives up to the billing. In spring new sprouts will show themselves in a pink, before turning to white, and eventually green in summer. In fall you can expect a brilliant show of yellow. For winter all that new growth of the year will become a terrific shade of red, bringing an accent of life and serenity to your property year-round. You’ll want fertile well drained soils for the best results, and plenty of sunshine for this centerpiece. Best of all this variant is low maintenance, so you can sit back and enjoy it without much work.

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