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Weeping Willow

Salix babylonica


Weeping willow is a medium to large sized tree typically growing 20-25 meters tall. It is native to northern China but has been cultivated in Europe and North America. It grows rapidly, but has a short lifespan typically between 40 and 75 years. Like other willow species, the weeping willow can be found in moist sites such as rivers and streams.



Lance-shaped, pointed tip, finely toothed. Upper surface is bright green and underneath is whitish and hairy.


The flowers are arranged in catkins produced early in the spring -dioecious meaning the male and female catkins are on separate trees.


The bark is grey-brown thick and corky

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