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Hybrid Salix


Up to 12 FEET OF GROWTH in One Season! Go From a Bare Lot – to a Wooded Lot – In ONE Season! “The Rapid Growth of These Trees is Almost Impossible to Believe”. IT’S THE WORLD’S FASTEST GROWING LANDSCAPE TREE!

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1 Hybrid Salix: Only $5.98
2 Hybrid Salix: Only $9.98
4 Hybrid Salix: Only $16.98
10 Hybrid Salix: Only $36.98
30 Hybrid Salix: Only $99.98

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Up to 12 FEET OF GROWTH in One Season!

Go From a Bare Lot – to a Wooded Lot – In ONE Season!

“The Rapid Growth of These Trees is Almost Impossible to Believe” 

IT’S THE WORLD’S FASTEST GROWING LANDSCAPE TREE!

GROWS MORE IN ONE YEAR THAN MANY OTHER TREES GROW IN 12!

Yes, go from a bare lot to a wooded lot in just one season. The Hybrid Salix can be planted as a lawn specimen, as a grove to create a wooded lot, or as a windbreak at the edge of your property to cushion the force winds. “The rapid growth of these trees is almost impossible to believe”, says a tree farmer who has grown thousands. They survive freezing winters, and pests and diseases unlike many other trees.

As a specimen tree or a natural screen for privacy, these hardy trees are eagerly bought by landowners and homeowners–not only for their rapid, lush, upright growth, but also for their easy care. The Hybrid Salix thrives even on difficult sites—from months of poor drainage to long periods of drought—once established. In Australia, drought can be a serious problem–yet the Hybrid Salix is the most widely planted windbreak tree. Perfect as firebreaks, they form an effective heat barrier and are not easily damaged by fire because of their natural ability to retain moisture. They tend to recover quickly from scorches, leafing out after natural rainfall, or irrigation is resumed. Grows almost anywhere a willow or poplar can!

Though it is not evergreen and drops its slender green leaves in winter, a line still makes an excellent year-round windbreak. The upright, pyramid growth and closely-spaced branches help to absorb the wind and dissipate its force. Solid “walls” like fences can deflect strong gusts up and over the barrier, with equal–or greater–force.

The Hybrid Salix seems to ZOOM compared to other landscape trees. Hollies, Yews, and Hemlocks may take 12 years to match one year of growth for the Hybrid Salix. While growth rates are based on climate and soil conditions, 6 to 12 feet of dense foliage cover, slender green leaves, and graceful branches within the first year is common. Mature in five years, they can be 40 feet high, and last for 40 years or more.

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