Definition of Golden willow
1. Noun. European willow having greyish leaves and yellow-orange twigs used in basketry.
Group relationships: Genus Salix, Salix
Generic synonyms: Osier
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Literary usage of Golden willow
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1. The Forester's Manual: Or, The Forest Trees of Eastern North America by Ernest Thompson Seton (1912)
"golden willow, GOLDEN OSIER YELLOW WILLOW ... WILLOW SALIX ALBA golden willow, GOLDEN OSIER, YELLOW WILLOW OR WHITE WILLOW (Salix alba) This is a tall tree, ..."
2. The Book of Woodcraft and Indian Lore by Ernest Thompson Seton (1921)
"golden willow YE. ... Of WHITE WILLOW golden willow, GOLDEN OSIER, YELLOW WILLOW OR WHITE WILLOW (Salix alba) This is a tall tree, up to 90 feet high. ..."
3. A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to by Andrew Jackson Downing (1852)
"The golden willow is remarkable for its bright yellow bark, which renders it quite ornamental, even in winter. It is a middle sized tree, and is often seen ..."
4. Forestry in Minnesota by Samuel Bowdlear Green, Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota (1902)
"Russian golden willow. A very rapid growing, round, close-topped tree, with' glossy deep green foliage, bright golden colored bark in winter, and ;|||ti;f ..."