Weeping Willow

Location: Potter Lake
Approximate blooming period: April - May

Golden Weeping Willow, Salix alba ‘tristis

Origin: Central Asia 
Habitat: Hardy to USDA Zone 2 
Height and Form: Deciduous, 75 to 100 feet 
Foliage and Bark: Leaves are very narrow and 2-4" long and turn bronze-yellow in fall 
Flowers, Fruit and Seeds: reproduces by the means of catkins 
Culture: moist land, next to ponds and lakes 


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