Why are willow trees called willow trees?
They get their name from sallow (from Old English sealh, related to the Latin word salix). Salix is another word for willow.
well, like most trees, the branches are straight up worshiping the lord, but willow trees are fond trees. they worship but in another way they do it. a unique way. when one person sins, then it goes to the willow tree. then the branches come down each person sins. god picked the willow tree the sin tree because it is the stronest of them all. that friends is what a willow tree represents.
There is only one: Willow Tree. At least in RuneScape. If you meant the type of trees, they will be explained here: * Normal Tree * Oak Tree * Willow Tree * Yew Tree (F2P) Answer I don't know who or what Runescape is but in the arboricultural world Oak and Yew are not Willows. There are about 250 species of Willow trees and shrubs and many hybrids.
You can find willow trees south of the draynor village bank. you can also find willows norhwest of Lumbridge castle you can find some northwest of Camelot bank [memby] Ace Landis 2 non members can find willow trees in dranor village and lumbrige.My guy is called Cobra Sword4 im sometimes on world 4,1,And 49.dranor village and cooks guild
Cutting willow trees in Free to play is better experience because they chop incredibly fast and there are less bots at willow trees because they are less profitable. I recommend you cut willows until level 85 woodcutting then move onto yew trees. If you are a member than cut maple trees around Seers' Village, they chop a bit slower than willow trees but there are much less bots and there are quite a heap of…