Recent Examples of willow from the Web
The beetle attacks maple, birch, elm, willow, ash, poplar and the Ohio buckeye, killing them within about 10 years.
Willow will begin to release her art on her website/Tumblr page, which is set to launch this week, and is planning on started an interactive book club with her fans via Facebook live.
Crews will set off the pyrotechnics from about four locations throughout the park, with willows, spirals and other fireworks dancing and darting through the night sky.
For example, in the Northeast, pussy willows and wild geraniums are good options.
Other giraffes, including 5-month-old Willow, can be seen daily, weather permitting.
The receding water line on the banks — evidenced by the rattle of dead willows that hours earlier were underwater — shows the river is dropping rapidly.
Most of the river bank through Slickrock is densely armored with virtually impenetrable willows.
Take note of the bit of surviving natural shoreline and the cypress elm, live oak, honey locust, black willow, sugarberry, red maple and palmettos that fill the landscape.
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Origin and Etymology of willow
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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