Weeping willow - Salix - Salix Babylonica
Genus includes 500 species of trees, shrubs or resistant seedlings that are usually deciduous with simple alternate leaves. They are found wild in the northern cold and in temperate regions but also in Africa and South America. Both large willows and the "weeping" whose long hanging branches reach to the ground, giving them a special elegant look used to decorate the banks of the rivers, parks, private and public gardens.
In our nurseries are hundreds willow trees weep with trunk circumference of 0.25 to 0.70 meters.