===========Look into Golden Willows - from what I hear the roots are not supposed
to be that invasive. Our village tree program has them available to
plant on your property, including the parkways. I can't see them
allowing that if the roots were that invasive???
I didn't see the beginning of this thread, but we have 2 huge weeping
willows that keep our house from flooding. We live on the side of a hill
below a cultivated field and when it rains hard, we need those trees.
When we had another tree removed, the tree guy told me they can suck up
to 1000 gallons a day. So they can serve a purpose. The real down side
is that they are trashy trees. There is a lot of cleanup to willow trees.
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