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Salix babylonica (Weeping willow)

Salix babylonica - Salix babylonica, commonly called weeping willow or Babylon weeping willow, is a medium to large deciduous tree with a stout trunk topped by a graceful broad-rounded crown of branches that sweep downward to the ground. It grows to 30-50’ (sometimes to 60’) tall and as wide. Bark is gray-black. Branchlets are typically green or brown. This weeping willow can be a spectacular specimen, however, it is often very difficult to site this tree in a residential landscape. Flowering catkins appear in April-May, but are not showy. Narrow, leaves are light green above and gray-green beneath. Variable fall color is usually an undistinguished greenish-yellow. Family : Salicaceae

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Salix babylonica (Weeping willow) 8

Author : Toni Leland
Photo # : 32374
Online since: April 25th 2019

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Salix babylonica (Weeping willow)

Salix babylonica (Weeping willow)

Salix babylonica (Weeping willow)

Salix babylonica (Weeping willow)

Salix babylonica (Weeping willow)

Salix babylonica (Weeping willow)

Salix babylonica - bark (Weeping willow)

Salix babylonica - Weeping Willow tree in spring

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