What is another word for weeping willows?
[ wˈiːpɪŋ wˈɪlə͡ʊz], [ wˈiːpɪŋ wˈɪləʊz], [ w_ˈiː_p_ɪ_ŋ w_ˈɪ_l_əʊ_z]
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n.• trees (noun)
- mountain ashes,
How to use "Weeping willows" in context?
One of the oldest and most ubiquitous tree species in the eastern US is the weeping willow.
weeping willows can reach 50-60 feet tall with a trunk up to 8 feet in diameter. They have whip-like branches that provide a flexible support system. The bark is thick and scaly, and the leaves are coarse, with a serrated margin. The white flowers are very fragrant, and the fruit is a samara pod.
Weeping willows are native to the eastern US, and can be found in a variety of wetland habitats.
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