Why are the weeping willow branches curling?
the weeping willow got it's name because it looks like it is weeping. The branches curl because the weight of the tree's leave's "weeping". =>
Because the branches trail down at the ends or weep.
Yes the branches will regrow.
What had happened was, back in the 1860s there were a family of talking Weeping Willows. They've had their own community and stuff. A few years possibly hundreds of years later Man found the Weeping Willow community and chopped them all down. After that the last Weeping Willow threw its branches down and has been depressed ever since. We mostly reproduce them from the primary Weeping Willow. So we're taking one sad Weeping Willow and… Read More
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Well... you could either get a strange looking alien with ears that weep down to his ankles, or a weeping willow tree with an alien face made out of its branches.
it is a tree. They get the name because their branches make them look sad/crying
Only when you need to and remove the required branches in winter
I have to say no, Weeping Willows almost take root very readily from cuttings oe where branches lie on the ground. http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/willow#cultivation
The Weeping Willow leaf (scientific name: Salix Alba 'Tristis') is actually a simple leaf. :) But because of its appearance on the branches, it is sometimes mistaken as a compound leaf instead.
No. The Weeping Willow is a type of Willow
The venation of a weeping willow is: Pinnate.
A weeping willow can be grown from cuttings.
yes it does.the weeping willow has brown fruits.
There is no state with the weeping willow as its state tree.
A Weeping Willow is a tree so it is perennial.
No, if anything the Weeping Willow would harm the Ants by the around of Aspirin they produce. But, the answer is no. The Weeping Willow will keep the Ants away on its own. If they still find a way to your Weeping Willow. Use a spray to secure the area.
Not all non-natives are invasive. The Weeping Willow is not native to the Americas. Weeping willow Salix babylonica is a native of China and is not invasive.
what is the scientific name of a weeping willow tree
Does a weeping willow lose its leaves in the fall?
No. A weeping willow can be grown as a single specimen.
Weeping willow (the tree) = aravÃ¡t BÃ¡vel (×¢×¨×‘×ª ×‘×‘×œ). It literally means willow of Babylon.
I prune the branches that are sticking straight up and the under branches so it doesn't look like a giant fur ball. Don't know if this is the correct way
It depends on how long they have been in the ground. This will depend on the variety of weeping willow.
the weeping willow is not lobed because of the sharp edges and its compound reservoir
Salix is Latin for "willow." The weeping willow is not a true species in its own right, but a hybrid of the white willow Salix Alba and the Chinese willow Salix babylonica.
A weeping willow leaf is paler on one side, while a black willow leaf is generally green on both sides; black willow has a dark, almost black trunk, while a weeping willow has a more grayish trunk. Hope I helped!
the weeping willow benefits mankind because it is used to make aspirin
Salix babylonica this is the name for the tree commonly known as weeping willow.
The bark of a weeping willow is usually dark gray, furrowed or shaggy looking.
Yes the weeping willow tree is deciduous just look it up online.
Salix vitellina the Golden Weeping Willow will grow to about 65 feet high in the right conditions.
The weeping willow is a graceful tree with flexible hanging branches that droop nearly to the ground. It can be quite large, reaching 30 to 40 feet tall with a broad open crown as wide as it is tall. It does well near water. The origin of this tree is China and it has been propagated around the world because of its attractiveness. There are several other species closely related but none with the long… Read More
Pussy willows do not come from the weeping willow tree. It comes from Salix discolor, or the American pussy willow.
After an ice storm, the branches of the weeping willow trees froze into rigid stalks, which broke off easily.
The weeping willow is a member of the Salix family. There are a number of trees given the common name of the weeping willow among them Salix babylonica Salix x chrysocoma[ probably, in many peoples opinion, the most beautiful weeping tree hardy in the UK.] Salix 'Elegantissima' Thurlow weeping willow. This shows the importance of learning the Latin names of plants then you can be sure you get what you want.
The short answer is "no." The weeping habit of the tree is inherent to the species. The common weeping willow is a hybrid species called Salix x sepucharis. If you want to plant a willow tree that doesn't weep look for other species, such as white willow (Salix alba), black willow (S. nigricans), violet willow (S. daphnoides), or purple willow (S. purpurea).
The weeping willow trees are gymnosperms
Weeping Willows belong to the tree family. Pussy Willows are not trees, they are simply plants. Weeping willows are the pendulous members of the Salix family. Pussy willows are the name for the flowers of the willow.
because there have a big mouth for big rabbits and small mouths for small rabbits the rabbit is nutritious cause of they carrots they not like a cat they not eat. weeping willow tree leaves and broaches have a big mouth for the one life that they made. they have a boring life. okay have a big eyes or small
a callistermon viminalis is something that is weeping does not have as invasive a root system like the weeping willow and has flowers for a few months of the year.
The average Weeping Willow tree can grow to be 30 to 40 feet tall.
weepin willows can get up to 30 feet or so before they become scragly';if you trim branches near the top each year you can regulate the height
A weeping willow needs lots of water. As for most other trees, you need a area the same size as the drip line of the tree, as for a weeping willow, you only need a third of the size of drip line.
The ornamental tree known as a weeping willow is a producer. Like all producers, weeping willow's convert carbon dioxide and light energy into chemical energy through the process of photosynthesis.
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yes A Weeping Willow is not toxic to other plants but it's presence may provide unacceptable competition.
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