Question by  Rolf (100)

What should I know about caring for a dwarf weeping tree?


Answer by  daddy31 (304)

This tree should be taken care of with great precaustion in its early stages. Avoid direct contact with the sun or it will dry up and die. In addition, give the plant adequate food in fertile soil. The plant should be watered once every 2-3 days. make sure the soil is damp but not too wet or dry.


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Weeping trees are trees that have droopy branches, such as Young's Weeping Birch. One of this tree's outstanding feature is it's white bark. It will grow to approximately 12'.


Answer by  colo22 (278)

They are not good for very cold or very warm areas. It needs 6-8 hours of direct sun a day, moist soil that is not waterlogged mulch around the base (keep three inches from the trunk). Mature trees need infrequent, deep waterings. All purpose slow release fertilizer would be a benefit each spring. Keep dead branches pruned.


Answer by  diva (168)

Try not to move it once you have found the place with moderate sunlight for it. They do not like to be moved.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well planting them you need to be able to put aside space that is enough for one full tree. The tree actually requires constant watering and exposure to the sunlight. Enriched nutrition soil is required. Make sure that the dry post soil is replaced with enriched nutrition soil and fresh compost.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

I know it has to be planted in marshy boggy soil because they take a ton of water to grow and I also know that they are a shallow rooted tree and as far as the care it is no different taking care of the dwarf tree than it is taking care of the full size.


Answer by  ruffy (1117)

make sure you plant it in the sun, and and give it water when you plant it and water 2 3 time a week when first planted i trim mine once a year so branches dont hang to low

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