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A fully grown willow tree.
A Willow seed may be grown into a Willow tree using the Farming skill. Planting it in a plant pot using a trowel will turn it into a Willow seedling, which will turn into a willow sapling when watered. The willow sapling can then be planted in a tree patch. Players must have level 30 Farming to do this.

Once fully grown, use secateurs on the tree to cut willow branches. The tree may be cut down, as usual, granting 67.5 Woodcutting experience points per log. After it is cut down, it will eventually regrow; however, it is also possible to use a spade on the tree stump to cut tree roots, yielding the player some willow roots and make the tree patch available for planting a new tree.

Players can pay the farmer one basket of apples to watch the tree for them.

The willow tree will take around four hours to become fully grown.

A Willow seed may be obtained from the Vinesweeper minigame for 1,800 points. It may also be obtained by searching a bird's nest, or by looting Nature implings, and it is also a common reward from the Distractions and Diversions Evil Tree.

Willow seeds are occasionally merchanted by clans.

Stage Description Image
Healthy Willow tree
1 The Willow sapling has only just been planted. Click for a larger image
2 The willow sapling grows a few small branches. Click for a larger image
3 The willow tree develops a small canopy. Click for a larger image
4 The willow tree trunk becomes dark brown, and the canopy grows larger. Click for a larger image
5 The willow tree trunk becomes a lighter shade of brown, and the canopy grows. Click for a larger image
6 The willow tree is ready to be harvested. Click for a larger image
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