Salix caprea

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Related to Salix caprea: Salix purpurea, Salix discolor, Salix cinerea
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Noun1.Salix caprea - much-branched Old World willow having large catkins and relatively large broad leavesSalix caprea - much-branched Old World willow having large catkins and relatively large broad leaves
genus Salix, Salix - a large and widespread genus varying in size from small shrubs to large trees: willows
sallow - any of several Old World shrubby broad-leaved willows having large catkins; some are important sources for tanbark and charcoal
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3: ramas de Juniperus communis, ramas de Rhamnus alpinus, ramas de Buxus sempervirens, ramas de pino (930038, 930043, 930046, 930047, 930049, 930052); --2: tronco de Salix caprea (30143).
Earlier the most abundant pollen of Brassica napus and Salix caprea were identified in the honey from Central Lithuania (Ceksteryte, 2002; Baltrusaityte et al.
Short thrift DWARF weeping willow, salix caprea Kilmarnock, is ideal for creating a feature in a small lawn or in a large tub.
It has been officially named salix caprea x cinerea subspecies oleifolia x purpurea x viminalis.
Another native that spreads rather too rapidly by wind distributed seeds is the Goat Willow, Salix caprea.
The planting is in strong blocks and includes healing plants like Salix caprea which has been used in the development of Aspirin; I have also incorporated weeds to represent the hard times in life.
Un o'r rhain ydi'r helygen ddeilgron - Salix caprea ydi'r enw gwyddonol arni, y 'goat willow' neu'r 'sallow' yn Saesneg.
Plant experts at Birmingham Botanical Gardens took a close look at The Twig and said it was most probably Salix Caprea, commonly known as Goat Willow or Pussy Willow.
SOFT, sensual and e - just like a geisha - are the silvery catkins hanging from the bare stems of the pussy willow or Salix caprea.
Dwarf conifers and the weeping Kilmarnock willow, Salix caprea `Kilmarnock', will fit into the smallest courtyard or on to a balcony if planted in a tub.