Weeping Willows in the Gardens

“Allow yourself to bend like the willow in the wind, so that you will not break.” – unknown

This is a willow tree at the Wilson’s Botanical Gardens.

Thursday Tree Love

22 replies to “Weeping Willows in the Gardens

  1. I’ve always loved willow trees, ever since I was little and the grade school I attended had a huge (to me, anyway) one in the yard where we played. Beautiful shot, Teresa – I shared this post on Twitter, but since I didn’t know your handle (if you even have an account) I used the hash tag, #mywanderingstravelblog. See you for the next Thursday Tree Love!

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  2. What a beautiful tree! I have only see Willow trees in pictures so I would love to see one or many in life. This one looks so green and full – may it remain like this. So glad you joined. Thank you! I hope to see you back on the 12th!

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