The Wisconsin weeping willow is grown for its gracefully arching form. It is fast growing, and the branches will quickly weep to the ground if not pruned. Its leaves are dark green in color. This tree should not be planted next to houses or sewer lines since its roots are aggressive.
This tree grows best in full sun and moist areas. It will tolerate a wide range of soils. It works well as a large accent or along ponds and streams.