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Willow trees can be differentiated by their leaves, their form, their bark and their catkins. Willows are mostly deciduous trees, which means they lose their leaves in the fall. Male and female flowers are found on diffe... More »

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The weeping willow tree is the most commonly known willow tree. Other types of willow trees include the corkscrew willow, white willow, and the black willow. More »

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Home Guides states that a weeping willow tree requires regular trimming to maintain the shape and health of the tree. To trim a weeping willow, remove all dead or diseased branches by cutting at the wider part of the bra... More »

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A weeping willow loses its leaves during the fall in order to survive harsh winter weather conditions. The olive-green leaves turn to yellow during the fall, and the tree drops the leaves before winter arrives. More »

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