Globe Navajo Willow
This is a long lived tree with some specimens aging to over 150 years. The tree grows in a globe shape with an umbrella shaped canopy with thick, dense foliage. The trunk tends to branch out near the base preventing the tree from growing too high. Small flowers open in Spring with long, narrow, arrow shaped leaves that turn yellow in Autumn.
USDA Zone: 4-10
Mature Height and Spread: 35' x 40'
Sun: Full sun to partial shade
Scientific Name: Salix matsudana 'Navajo'