You will need
  • planting material;
  • - sand;
  • - pots of peat-compost;
  • - peat;
  • - rotted compost.
When storing the seeds of the willow is noticeably reduced germination, and therefore much easier to plant this plant will plant stalk. To obtain planting material annual use freshly cut willow shoots.
Rooted willow cuttings at home is best in the spring. Before planting, cut the shoots into lengths of three to four centimeters. It is noticed that the best rooted cuttings, cut from the thick part of the shoot closest to the trunk.
Plant the cuttings in a box of sand so that over the surface of the sand was no more than an inch of wood. Water the cuttings and place the container in a warm room. A box of shoots, cover with glass and ensure that the temperature of the air in it was not above twenty degrees.
For rooting of willow will take three to four weeks. All the time ensure that the sand in the box with the cuttings were wet. Rooted cuttings planted in separate pots tortoiseshell. A month and a half later, willow can be planted in a permanent place.
Pick a place to land. Willow will approach the area with loamy soil. Even if the selected location of the groundwater table close to the surface, the plant is not hurt.
The young plants planted in a permanent place with a clod of earth, healing occur anytime from mid-spring to October. Willow tree with exposed roots should be planted in early spring or early fall. If you are going to not grow very hardy form of this plant, plant it in the spring. For planting, dig a pit depth of two feet and a diameter of fifty centimeters.
Two-thirds fill the hole with a mixture of equal amounts of excavated soil, peat moss and rotted compost. Put the sapling in the hole, fill the free place the excavated soil and lightly compact the ground.
During the year after planting willows requires abundant watering every two weeks based twenty liters of water per plant. In dry weather the seedlings should be watered once a week.