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Salix
Willow

Among strongly weeping trees, Weeping Willow is one that obtains great size and makes a dramatic impact in the landscape, emerging in foliage in early Spring. Since many willows freely hybridize, the exact nomenclature of this specimen is uncertain, but the most common weeping form is Salix alba 'Tristis' (Golden Weeping Willow), while another form is Salix babylonica (Babylon Weeping Willow).


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