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(First upload on May 2 2009. Last on July 20 2017) [ 日本語 | English ]

Transplanted willows






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

Salix L. (ヤナギ)
Willows transplanted to Hokkaido
Salix babylonica L.
Shidareyanagi (シダレヤナギ, 枝垂柳), weeping willow
Lifeform: deciduous tree > 25 m high
Distribution: native to northern China (exotic to Japan)

imported from China in Nara Era

Habitat: wet or mesic sites

HUSTEP: Plants and Plant communities in Japan (flora list)

Seed dispersal: wind
Use: street tree, park tree, etc.
Synonyms:

Salix babylonica L. var. lavallei Dode

var. matsudana (Koidz.) H. Ohashi et Yonek. (ペキンヤナギ, ネッカヤナギ)

cv tortuosa (ウンリュウヤナギ)
Branch: curly and droopy

f. rokkaku Kimura (ロッカクヤナギ)
f. seiko Kimura (セイコヤナギ)
索引

Salix babylonica transplantation in HU campus


ST1 ST2 ST3 ST4
[1-3] at the Central Lawn of HU on April 29 2008. [4] a bark (樹皮) in front of Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, on June 17 2014.


var. matsudana (ペキンヤナギ)

ST4 ST5 ST6
[1-3] in the animal and plant park, Changchun City, Jilin Prvince, northeastern China, on June 6 2017


cv tortuosa
Unryuyanagi (ウンリュウヤナギ, 雲竜柳)

早柳 in Chinese

Synonyms:

Salix matsudana Koidz. var. tortuosa Vilm.
Salix matsudana Koidz. f. tortuosa (Vilm.) Rehder
Salix matsudana Koidz. cv. tortuosa, often used in China

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] at Sakura Park (cherry park), N18/E2, East Ward, Sapporo, on November 17 2015 ⇒ bark (樹皮).

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