cat·kin (kăt’kĭn) A usually dense, cylindrical, often drooping cluster of unisexual apetalous flowers found in willows, birches, and oaks. Also called ament. Willow – Catkin

Weeping Willow (Salix babylonica)

This hardy deciduous tree thrives in USDA Zones 4-10 and is well adapted for planting in wet areas. Easily identified by their graceful weeping branches and oversized mounding crown. Reaching heights of 40 to 50 feet and will spread 25-50 feet wide. Due to its size...