The Salix babylonica pollarded is a special shape of the Weeping willow, naturally formed from years of manual pruning, usually for basketry. Such pruning creates a short and gnarled trunk, with lots of damages and burls, covered on top by a cap of young yellow twigs. Salix babylonica is generally a species growing along riverbanks in North Asia, but it can also be cultivated in dryer areas.
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