Flowers and leaves. Photo: Loyna, England

Leaves. Photo: Andre Karwath, unknown place

Tree. Photo: przykuta, Poland

Common Name

Weeping Willow, Golden Weeping Willow




Weeping tree to 18m tall. Leaves alternating up the stems, 7-18.5cm long, 8-29mm wide, flat, hairless, more or less glaucous beneath, margins finely toothed and glandular. Male and female flowers on the separate plants. Individual flowers often small (less than 3mm across), with 0 petals, in cylindrical groups (catkins) on stalks arising from the bases of the leaves. A weed of national significance. Noxious weed in all of NSW. Declared plant in SA. Noxious weed Vic.

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