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Salix alba - Foliage

Salix alba - Foliage

Salix alba - White Willow Tree

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12 Litre Slot Pot 2-3yr 180-220cm (6-7ft) Half Standard - Sold out

Common Name: White Willow
Latin Name: Salix alba
Soil: Best suited to moist sandy soils.
Position: Full sun
Flowering period/colour: Early spring/Slender catkins
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Eventual height/spread: 27m/14m
Special features: Silky-hairy leaves occurs in great, billowy masses.

A familiar, native species of water meadows and riversides. A large, elegant tree of conical habit, with slender branches, drooping at the tips. The laceolate, silky- hairy leaves occurs in great, billowy masses, creating a characteristic silvery appearance from a distance. This tree is best planted in a large garden, well away from houses or other buildings.

 

Common Name: White Willow
Latin Name: Salix alba
Soil: Best suited to moist sandy soils.
Position: Full sun
Flowering period/colour: Early spring/Slender catkins
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Eventual height/spread: 27m/14m
Special features: Silky-hairy leaves occurs in great, billowy masses.

A familiar, native species of water meadows and riversides. A large, elegant tree of conical habit, with slender branches, drooping at the tips. The laceolate, silky- hairy leaves occurs in great, billowy masses, creating a characteristic silvery appearance from a distance. This tree is best planted in a large garden, well away from houses or other buildings.

 

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