The Verve - Weeping Willow (VIDEO)

FAN-MADE VIDEO - Nicolás Pérez Gatti "Weeping Willow" - song by THE VERVE (Virgin Records) ---- When morning breaks We hide our eyes and our love's aching Nothing's strange It was in...

My Golden Weeping Willow—Finding Grounding In The Spectacular Ordinary - Mountain Journal

When I worked at the Bridger-Teton National Forest in the late 1980s, my office window faced south, toward Snow King and the mountains to the east of Jackson. A mature golden willow spread its shade across the lawn next to the building, and during the summer it was hard to see past it. When the tree was bare of leaves, which meant for about six months of the year, I looked through its...


  1. Weeping Willow Trees. Weeping Willow tree analogies run the gamut from waterfalls to fountains, Rapunzel's hair to legs of a dancer. Categorized as one of the most easily recognized trees on the planet, the Weeping Willow is an icon among its deciduous cousins.
  2. Willows are very cross-compatible, and numerous hybrids occur, both naturally and in cultivation. A well-known ornamental example is the weeping willow (Salix × sepulcralis), which is a hybrid of Peking willow (Salix babylonica) from China and white willow from Europe.. The hybrid cultivar 'Boydii' has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
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  4. The weeping willow is probably the most well known of the weeping trees.It is great for use as a focal point and in areas that are moist. These specimens love water, so do not plant weeping willows near sewer or water lines.
  5. The Willow Place for Women in Asheville, North Carolina is a place of hope for women struggling with eating disorders, trauma, and substance abuse.
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The only tree reference book I have suggests this should be Salix x Chrysocoma, Golden Weeping Willow. Certainly shines in low winter light.
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With a mix of my textures
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I could not get a decent shot today. Sigh, I'm having photographer's block. As well as writer's block.
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