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Fast-Growing Willows
Green Up Your Environment

FAST-GROWING WILLOWS

" Fast, economical and ecological results! "

As specialists in fast-growing willow production and service providers, we offer customized plant engineering devices to rapidly green your environment by providing unique alternatives in a more demanding fast-paced world.  

Opt for our turnkey service, including a one-year replacement warranty of our plants. Do you have a green thumb? Take advantage of our expert advice to make your project a success.  ​

 

Request a free, no-obligation quote.

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Willows Through The Seasons

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THE BENEFITS OF SHRUB WILLOWS

Reduce prying eyes.

Resists climate change.

Absorbs, filters and sequesters the majority of contaminants in the air, water and soil.

Reduces soil and crop degradation caused by wind and water erosion.

Restricts runoffs and therefore the leaching of organic matter.

Reduces dust and visual pollution.

Retains embankments and revitalizes shorelines.

Serves as a natural shelter from the wind and the sun.

Promotes biodiversity and soil regeneration: Wood Wide Web.

Provides one of the first food sources for pollinating insects.

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DESCRIPTIVE SHEET 

Salix miyabeana is a fast-growing willow cultivar best suited to our climate and hardiness through zones 3a to 6b. This naturalized and regenerative plant is resistant to the effects of climate change and insect pests, making it an excellent greening solution. At maturity, the shrub willow can reach up to 6 meters in height (5 to 7 years).

We also work with other regenerative native plants and species such as salix pietolaris, pussy willow and red-osier dogwood for riparian strip projects in protected areas. 

IDEAL CONDITIONS

Shrub willow will achieve optimum growth and dense foliage if planted in a loosened soil and direct sunlight. It requires at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. For best results, we recommend watering your cuttings on a bi-weekly basis during the first year of establishment or apply a generous layer of RCW mulch to eliminate the need for irrigation and weeding.

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MYTH ABOUT ROOTS

Unlike the willow trees, the shrub willow has primarily small roots that are limited to a radius of less than two meters from the trunk.
At full maturity, the roots will be between 6 and 8 cm in diameter. 

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