Celtic Cascade

Celtic Cascade: The compact weeping tree that you can’t kill.

Chris & Marie's Celtic CascadeWeeping trees are renowned for being expensive and difficult to establish. The Celtic Cascade Salix Caprea ‘Pendula’ (Kilmarnock Willow) thrives in the windiest places, withstands extreme heat, part shade, pollution, poor soil, wet feet, the harshest frost and moderate salt spray. What a tree!

Hello Hello Plants & Garden Supplies are confident that your weeping Celtic Cascade Salix caprea ‘Pendula’ will grow and thrive, but if by some chance it doesn’t we provide this unique unequivocal guarantee:

GUARANTEE:
“So long as you plant your Celtic Cascade Salix caprea ‘Pendula’ the right way (roots down), if it should die for any reason we will replace it.”
Chris & Marie Lucas

The Celtic Cascade® Salix caprea ‘Pendula’ is hardy and tolerates part shade, pots, wet feet, frost, extreme heat and windy conditions.

Chris and Marie’s Plant Farms grow a large field of Celtic Cascade Salix caprea ‘Pendula’ so that we have a plentiful supply of small through to advanced trees for much less than you’d expect to pay for such a beautiful weeping tree.

Celtic Cascade clipped on the horizontal to create an impressive topairy.

The Celtic Cascade Salix caprea ‘Pendula’ can be used in a formal garden to create a defined topiary shape. Simply cut its cascading branches on the horizontal to leave a dome shaped tree. Celtic Cascade Salix caprea ‘Pendula’ is ideal for planting in a courtyard as it makes the perfect small shade tree.

Celtic Cascade Salix caprea ‘Pendula’ (Kilmarnock Willow) grows to a maximum height of three metres and with a tiny bit of trimming can be kept smaller. Weeping Elms, Weeping Birch, Weeping Mulberries and Weeping Cherries all grow much taller and wider than the Celtic Cascade Salix caprea ‘Pendula’.

 

 

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