The willow family presents great contrasts, both physical and sentimental.
These "natural hybrids" have greatly confused the botany of the willow family.
But the willow family is quite independent of its seeds in the matter of propagation.
About 140 species and varieties of the willow family have been enumerated.
One of the first tree families whose name we learn is the willow family.
The willow family consists of two genera, one the cottonwoods or poplars, the other the willows proper.
Along the watercourses the willow family finds its most congenial habitat.