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.
Japanese Pussy Willow, Silver Pussy Willow Salix chaenomeloides Zones 4-8 Ht. 15' Giant catkins. Silver to purple-pink buds when open. Good for cut flowers.
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. 
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