Plant Information
Willow Tree

Rabbit seem to love to eat willow tree's leaves. Growing a tree can help with the cost of feed.

The growth rate of a willow tree can vary depending on several factors, including the specific species of willow, environmental conditions, and care provided. However, on average, willow trees are known for their fast growth. They are often considered rapid-growing trees.

Under favorable conditions, a willow tree can grow several feet per year. In the first few years of growth, it can establish a good size, typically reaching a height of 10 to 20 feet (3 to 6 meters) within three to five years. As the tree matures, its growth rate may slow down, but it can still continue to increase in size over time.

It's important to note that the exact growth rate and time it takes for a willow tree to reach a desirable size can vary. Factors such as soil quality, moisture availability, sunlight exposure, and pruning practices can influence the growth and development of the tree. Providing proper care, including regular watering, fertilization, and maintenance, can help promote healthy growth and expedite the tree's establishment.


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