Salix babylonica (Weeping Willow)
Salix babylonica, commonly known as the Weeping Willow, is a deciduous tree that is native to northern China. It is most famous for its graceful, drooping branches that create a cascading effect, giving the tree a weeping appearance. The leaves are narrow and lance-like, and the tree produces catkins in the spring. The Weeping Willow is a fast-growing tree that is commonly found near bodies of water, as it has a strong affinity for moist soil.
351 Nurseries grow this plant.
30-40 feet High and 35-40 feet Spread
Nurseries that grow this plant
Subscribe to filter nurseries by state/province.