Do cricket bats grow on willow trees?
No , but most cricket bats are made from willow
Quality cricket bats are made from English Willow trees. The harvesters say they plant 3 plants when 1 tree is cut and assure there will not be no shortage of English Willows in the market. It takes 4 years for a tree to be mature enough for making a good bat. Some trees are allowed to grow about 45 years too.
Weeping willow trees commonly grow on banks of a water source and prefer damper soils but can also grow in regular draining soils. Hybrid willows are not weeping willow trees and can grow in soils that vary from clay to sandy loam. They will often experience root rot in wet soil areas. Both varieties are adaptable to most soil pH levels (except for pH extremes of high or low).
Willow trees are very magical! The sugar-plum fairies breed there and they help grow each tree. But be careful! The Sugar-plum Fairy Tribes get very protective and will battle each other if they get too close. And the negative electrons in the Willow Trees give them the strength to keep fighting, while the positive Protons help grow cotton candy to feed each fairy baby. So, yes. They are magical.
The tundra plants consist mostly of mosses (e.g. Arctic Moss and Caribou Moss), grasses, lichens, sedges, and shrubs. About 400 types of flowers bloom in the growing season, such as the Pasque Flower. Few trees grow in this biome, but low-growing trees such as birches and dwarf willows such as the Arctic Willow and Diamond-leaf willow will grow in this tundra region. Read more at the related link below.