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My large salix babylonica started to produce growth early in spring but has now died on the ends of the branches. There is no new growth although the brances appear to be green and flexible - any one got some advice?

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Weeping Willows are traditionally grown next to water. This is because they are very thirsty trees. I therefore suggest you keep the tree well watered, especially during dry spells.
I hpoe this helps.

20 Jun, 2010

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