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Can Too Much Water Kill a Weeping Willow Tree?

Can Too Much Water Kill a Weeping Willow Tree?

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-05-30Views:130

Weeping willow (Salix babylonica) is native to the central and northern regions of China, contrary to the early assumption that the tree was a native of the Middle East. The tree has been cultivated in Europe since the 17th century. Weeping willow ha[More]

The Best Time to Prune a Weeping Cherry Tree

The Best Time to Prune a Weeping Cherry Tree

Category:HealthRelease time:2012-05-31Views:130

Weeping Cherry trees are known for their long-hanging branches. The tree can grow up to 25 feet tall and equally as wide. Semi-drought tolerant, the tree usually needs pruning only to remove sick or broken branches. When to Prune Prune weeping cherry[More]

How to Stake a Weeping Cherry Tree

How to Stake a Weeping Cherry Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-08-14Views:130

Weeping cherry (Prunus subhirtella var. pendula ) is a medium-size deciduous tree and a member of the rose family. Like roses, weeping cherries require full sun and thrive in well-drained soil. While young, weeping cherry trees require staking to kee[More]

Hibiscus Tree Seeds

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The seeds of hibiscus trees develop inside of pod-like structures known as capsules. While these capsules are technically fruits, they are predominately inedible. A single capsule can contain anywhere from between 0 and 60 hibiscus tree seeds, althou[More]

How to Prune Hibiscus Trees

How to Prune Hibiscus Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-10-10Views:130

The hibiscus tree, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L., is native to China but widely planted in tropical areas of the United States. For most of the year, hibiscus trees produce large flowers that open for only one or two days. The plant blooms on new wood, s[More]

Dwarf weeping flowering tree

Dwarf weeping flowering tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-11-12Views:130

Dwarf weeping flowering trees are smaller than normal trees with an average height from 5 to 15 feet. They also have a pleasing ornamental "umbrella" shape with branches hanging down toward the ground instead of spreading out like other trees. Tree C[More]

Weeping Cherry Tree Fungus

Weeping Cherry Tree Fungus

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Weeping cherry trees ascribe their value to the ornamental display their sweeping boughs provide, particularly in the spring. Single or double pink flowers or white flowers sway gracefully from the weeping limbs. A fungus disease can diminish the eff[More]

Hibiscus Tree Diseases

Hibiscus Tree Diseases

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-12-30Views:130

Hibiscus trees, popular for their large, colourful flowers, and are not especially fragile plants. Even so, they are susceptible to several diseases and pests that can seriously damage or even kill these trees if left untreated. Canker Canker, a fung[More]

Root Systems for Weeping Willow Trees

Root Systems for Weeping Willow Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-02-21Views:130

Weeping willow trees grow throughout the United States. Known and named for their long weeping strands of foliage, weeping willow species belong to the Salix genus. Some sources attribute the name weeping willow to a specific species---the Chinese Sa[More]

The Growth Per Year of a Dwarf Weeping Cherry Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-04-08Views:130

Dwarf weeping cherry trees, or 'Snow Fountain' cherries (Prunus x 'Snow Fountains,' Prunus x 'Snofozam') have mounds of white blossoms in spring. Nurseries produce this ornamental cherry through grafting, controlling the size as well as the form. Gro[More]

Diseases of Weeping Willow Trees

Diseases of Weeping Willow Trees

Category:HealthRelease time:2013-05-31Views:130

Weeping willow trees are gorgeous ornamental species, nonnative to North America, but now firmly entrenched across the continent as landscaping plants and growing in the wild. Various diseases can take their toll on the weeping willow, with some prec[More]

Japanese Weeping Cherry Tree Uses

Japanese Weeping Cherry Tree Uses

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-07-15Views:130

There are two species of cherry trees referred to as a Japanese weeping cherry tree: the weeping form of the Japanese flowering cherry tree (Prunus serrulata) and the weeping form of the Higan cherry tree (P. subhirtella). The former grows 15 to 25 f[More]

How to care for a braided hibiscus tree

How to care for a braided hibiscus tree

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-07-20Views:130

Tropical hibiscus plants, also referred to as Chinese hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) are large shrubs, or small trees, with multiple trunks that are commonly braided for added interest in topiary use. Ideal as container plants, braided hibiscus tr[More]

Weeping Cherry Tree Pests

Weeping Cherry Tree Pests

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-08-26Views:130

The long weeping blossoms of weeping cherry trees make them an amazing sight. These trees belong to the prunus family and can grow to 40 feet tall. Cherry Blackfly These sap-sucking aphids attack the ornamental varieties as well as the cherry fruit t[More]

What Zone Does a Weeping Cherry Tree Grow In?

What Zone Does a Weeping Cherry Tree Grow In?

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-08-27Views:130

Weeping cherry trees have a graceful form that appeals to many homeowners and landscapers. They are available as standard-size trees and dwarfs. Flower colours are white or varying shades of pink. Some are suited to a wide range of zones while others[More]

How to Plant Weeping Willow Trees

How to Plant Weeping Willow Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-09-07Views:130

Weeping willow trees (Salix babylonica) are one of the most widely recognised trees in existence. Their long, graceful branches hang down in a pendulous effect, giving the trees a "weeping" appearance. These hardy trees are believed to be originally[More]

How to Prune Weeping Cherry Trees

How to Prune Weeping Cherry Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-10-14Views:130

Weeping cherry trees are a grafted cherry variety where the branches grow downward instead of up. Pruning weeping cherry trees is essential to maintaining its weeping appearance, as unpruned trees eventually send shoots upward. Pruning also protects[More]

How to Prune a Weeping Pear Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-10-17Views:130

Country Living magazine recommends weeping pear trees for small gardening spaces since the tree's silvery foliage, white blossoms and form offers a contrast to deciduous and evergreen trees. Weeping pear trees grow in hardiness zones 4 to 7, and can[More]

Weeping Birch Tree Disease and Pests

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-10-31Views:130

The weeping birch tree is a variety of the European white birch. The white birch is a member of the Betulaceae family of birch; these are often used as ornamental trees in gardens. Description The average life expectancy of a healthy weeping birch tr[More]

Weeping Fruit Trees

Weeping Fruit Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-11-06Views:130

Weeping fruit trees have branches that arch gracefully downward. In fact, some varieties have to be carefully pruned to prevent the branches from trailing on the ground. Weeping fruit trees are desirable for their beautiful form, especially in the sp[More]

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