- Flower nameWeeping Willow
- Scientific nameSalix babylonica
- AliasWeeping Willow, 枝垂れ柳, イトヤナギ, Babylon willow, 糸柳, Salix babylonica, 柳, ヤナギ
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringStreets, Planting, River, pond
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Weeping Willow
Weeping Willow, Babylon willow, or Shidare Yanagi (Scientific name: Salix babylonica) is native to China,and is deciduous trees of the family Salicaceae. Slow down a slender branch on every side from an upright trunk to create coolness. From March to May, flowers will bloom in a caterpillar inflorescence before leaf development. Pollen is scattered by the wind in April. docdami or Euphorbia , the flowers do not have petals or calyxes, so-called " Flower bloom (achlamydeous flower) ", or bare flowers bloom.
Common name: Weeping Willow, Scientific name: Salix babylonica, aka: Weeping Willow, Babylon willow, Shidare Yanagi , Ito yanagi(in Japanese), Birth place: China, Environment: wetland, life type: deciduous high-trees, height: 10-20 m, leaf blade: single leaf, leaf shape: lanceolate shape, leaf order: alternate, mutual life, yes, petiole: y, leaf edge: Flower: March, May, Fruit: Fruit, seeds: white. Female flower seeds, flower shape: catchin, petal: none, male flower: only stamen, female flower: only pistil, flower size: 0.4 cm, flowering period: Propagation: insect flowers, flower flowers, uses: street trees, park trees, garden trees, flower arrangement materials, for workmanship.