Willow Tree (Farming)

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This article is about the Farming trees. For the Woodcutting trees, see Willow. For the player-owned house trees, see Willow tree (Construction).

Willow trees can be grown by members with level 30 Farming. Players may plant a willow seed into a plant pot with a gardening trowel to get a willow seedling, after using a watering can to water the seedling, players will have to wait until it grows into an willow sapling (seedlings can still grow if banked).

Willow saplings can then be planted in a tree patch, granting 25 experience, a further 1456.3 experience upon reaching full growth. A payment of a full basket of apples can be paid to a nearby Gardener to watchover willow trees. If buying the willow seed and apples on the Grand Exchange, it will cost around 1,417 per tree, assuming one pays a gardener.

Farming info[edit | edit source]

Willow Tree (Farming)
Level required Farming 30
Patch Tree
Seeds per 1
Payment 1 Basket of apples
Growth time 280 min (7x40 min = 4 hours and 40 minutes)
Regrow Yes
Seed Willow seed 5.pngWillow seed
Seedling Willow seedling.pngWillow seedling
Sapling Willow sapling.pngWillow sapling
Plant Willow Tree
Crop Willow logs, Willow roots
Planting XP 25 xp
Checking XP 1,456.5 xp
Harvesting XP No

Growth Stages[edit | edit source]

1Willow Tree stage 1.pngN/AN/A
2Willow Tree stage 2.pngDiseased Willow stage 2.pngDead Willow stage 2.png
3Willow Tree stage 3.pngDiseased Willow stage 3.pngDead Willow stage 3.png
4Willow Tree stage 4.pngDiseased Willow stage 4.pngDead Willow stage 4.png
5Willow Tree stage 5.pngDiseased Willow stage 5.pngDead Willow stage 5.png
6Willow Tree stage 6.pngDiseased Willow stage 6.pngDead Willow stage 6.png
7Willow Tree stage 7.pngN/AN/A

Update history[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
25 April 2013

Farming gardeners will more reliably recognise that fully-grown willow trees can be chopped down.

22 February 2013

This content was included when the Old School RuneScape servers officially launched.