Does dappled willow have invasive roots?
Correspondingly, how big does a dappled willow get?
4 to 6 feet
Likewise, people ask, how do you root a dappled willow?
Dappled willow can be propagated from softwood or semi hardwood cuttings. To produce new plants, just plant 8” cuttings of stem without leaves into consistently moist soil in a small pot or nursery bed, they will generally root easily.
Yellowing of leaves in dappled willows could be due to over-watering. Even dry spells and fungal diseases can cause this condition. Browning of leaves is caused by under-watering, exposure to frost, and fungal diseases. Sometimes, the leaves of the dappled willow may turn green.