The Height of a Dwarf Weeping Willow

The dwarf weeping willow (Salix cinerea 'Kilmarnock') grows about 5 to 6 feet high, according to JPR Environmental. This variety grows in full sun to part shade and is hardy to USDA zone 3, according to Bluestem Nursery.

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