Grow & Care Guide for Japanese Willow Tree

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Japanese willow tree (Salix Integra ‘Haruko-Nishiki’) is a really attractive addition to any garden. It is a winner of the Award of Garden Merit of the Royal Horticultural Society.

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It’s sometimes called dappled willow, flamingo willow, or pink willow tree due to the color of the foliage.


Full sun or partial shade

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Growing conditions 


Well-drained, rich in organic material

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Can be grown in USDA Hardiness zones 4-9, is most beautiful in zones 4-6.


Feed it slow-release fertilizer, or none at all


Prune annually in late winter or early spring to encourage growth


Growing tips 

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Keep the soil moist, but not waterlogged

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