Weeping Willow Tree

Detailed elevation and plan drawings of the Weeping Willow Tree

The Weeping Willow Tree, Salix babylonica, is a medium to large deciduous tree that is characterized by its open crown of branches that sweep down towards the ground. It is easily recognized by its long finely serrated leaves that also grown in a downwards form. The Weeping Willow Tree is native to northern China preferring stream or pond habitats.

The average lifespan of the Weeping Willow Tree consists of 40 to 75 years, but tend to live much shorter lifespans as they are highly susceptible to disease and insect problems. The Weeping Willow Tree provides habitat for birds, squirrels, or raccoons as well as pollen and nectar for bees.

Simple silhouette plan and elevation illustrations of the Weeping Willow Tree

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Height: 30’-50’ | 9.1-15.2 m
Width (Canopy): 50’-70’ | 15.2-21.3 m
Leaf Shape: Lance shaped
Leaves (Length): 2.5”-6” | 6.4-15.2 cm
Color: Light green; yellow (seasonal)
Scientific Name: Salix babylonica

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Deciduous Trees are a type of tree that seasonally sheds their leaves for part of the year—typically in the autumn. As a natural occurring process for conserving water during winter or drought seasons, deciduous trees will often display bright autumn colors as they prepare for shedding their leaves.

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