Salix-Willow: Live Stakes


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Image Common Name Botanical Name Description  
Babylonica Weeping Willow Salix babylonica Zone 5-9 Ht. 40-50' Fast growing tree. Green weeping foliage.
French Pussy Willow Salix caprea Zones 2-9 Ht. 4-8' Silvery-gray wooly catkins appear before leaves in early spring. Very hardy. Cut back to ground every 3 years for shrub form.
Black Willow Salix nigra Zones 4-8 Ht.40' Largest North American willow. Excellent for erosion control.
Laurel Willow Salix pentandra Zones 3-5 Ht. 20-40' Grows in moist soil, yellow catkins in spring, good for windbreak.
Golden Willow Salix alba 'Vitellina' Zone 3 Ht. 75' Yellow stems, fast growing, and good for windbreak. Grows in any type soil.
Niobe Golden Weeping Willow Salix alba 'Tristis' Zone 2 Ht. 50-80' Very fast growing tree and good for windbreak.
Dwarf Bankers Willow Salix cottetii Zones 5-9 Ht. 4-6' Fast growing dense shrub for control of erosion on streambanks.
Greenleaf Hybrid Willow Salix hybrid Zones 4-8 Ht. 60' Grows up to 6' per year in a solid wall..
Peachleaf Willow Salix amygdaloides  Zones 3-8 Ht. 13-66' Small to medium sized tree with leaves that look like peach leaves. Flowers are yellow catkins. Reddish-yellow fruit in late spring to early summer. Best for wet areas near streams or lakes.
Sandbar Willow Salix interior Zone 3 Ht. 20' Has yellow-green catkins. Grows in moist soil along river banks and lakes. 
Silky Willow Salix sericea 'Marshall' Zones 4-8 Ht. 6-12' Grows in swamps and along rivers in eastern United States. Leaves are dark green and hairy on top and covered with silky white hairs underneath. Blooms in May, fruits in June.
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