Corkscrew Willow Tree

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Corkscrew Willow / Salix matsudana Hardy Planting Zones- 4-8 Mature Height- 20-30 feet Mature Width- 15-30 feet Bloom Season- Spring Sun or Shade- full-partial sun
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The Advantages of Planting Corkscrew Willow Trees

Corkscrew Willow Tree- Salix matsudana

The Corkscrew willow tree also named the curly willow tree, is part of the willow tree family and often grown for its attractive features such as its fall foliage color, its ability to produce very fast and its unique and unique branching structure. Similar to what the name suggests, the Corkscrew Willow's branching habit is unusual because its branches grow out horizontally and then twists in many directions creating sporadic curls or corkscrew shapes. The corkscrew branches are quite aesthetically pleasing, as even when the leaves fall in the winter, the intricate, unique ways of the offices look lovely against the backdrop of a bright blue winter sky or white snow landscape. growing a curly willow tree is a worthy endeavor, and with proper care, you’ll enjoy this fascinating tree for several years. 

During the fall, the leaves are a golden, vibrant yellow before dropping to the ground. The leaves on this willow, like many willows, are excellent at providing ample shade. Additionally, the willow tree offers some minor healing properties. Some people have used the leaves and barks of willow trees to use as remedies for pains. This is because the bark of the willow trees contains salicin, a substance that, in its chemical form, is similar to aspirin. Used correctly, it can temporarily relieve headaches and stomachaches. 

Planting Corkscrew Willows is very advantageous because they are fast growing, only reach a height of about 30 feet and are very easy to care for. They prefer moist soil, but overall it is a very hardy tree and isn't particularly fussy about the type of land they are planted in. They can grow in about any soil, equally well, including clay, loam or sand. Additionally, it can become in sunny or shady areas. The only primary requirement is that this tree gets sufficient water during dry seasons.