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What is the root system of a willow tree?

How deep are the root systems of a willow tree.  Does it have invasive roots.  Should it be planted far from a house, sidewalk or other stationary things.
asked Jul 14, 2013 by anonymous






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Willows seek water.  They can damage foundation, pipes in & out and cess pools, septic system and drain fields.  Good along a bank to hold it secure along the creek, not good near any building or driveways.............
answered May 6 by retiredladie (144,300 points)
If you plant it near a water source than you will be ok, however, if the tree must seek water,  it would be better planted no where near and structure you might want to keep.  The roots are quite ionvasive.
answered Jul 11 by Birdymckee (16,740 points)

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