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Salix acutifolia 'Blue Streak'

Salix acutifolia 'Blue Streak'
Caspian Willow

A vigorous willow, Salix acutifolia 'Blue Streak' has a distinctive blueish-white bloom on the stems (hence the name 'Blue Streak') and masses of silver catkins in spring
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Salix alba 'Golden Ness'

Salix alba 'Golden Ness'
Golden-stemmed Willow

Available Summer 2017 - Grown for its superb winter stem colour, Salix alba 'Golden Ness' has beautiful, burnished gold branches in winter
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Salix candida

Salix candida
Sageleaf Willow

A handsome species of willow native to North America, Salix candida has large grey, felt-like, wooly leaves and eye-catching, large yellow catkins in late winter or early spring
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Salix exigua

Salix exigua
Coyote Willow

Native to Western North America, Salix exigua is a lovely willow with eye-catching, silvery-grey leaves and slender catkins appearing on the branches in spring
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Salix fargesii

Salix fargesii
Fargesii Willow

Information OnlyA slow growing and unusual willow, Salix fargesii has polished mahogany coloured bark, glossy dark green leaves and bold upright catkins in spring
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Salix gracilistyla 'Melanostachys'

Salix gracilistyla 'Melanostachys'
Black Pussy Willow

Available Summer 2017 -  An eye-catching willow, Salix gracilistyla 'Melanostachys' has spectacular red anthered, black catkins in late winter and early spring
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Salix hastata 'Wehrhahnii'

Salix hastata 'Wehrhahnii'
Halberd-Leaved Willow

Available Spring 2017 - First discovered in Switzerland, Salix hastata 'Wehrhahnii' has masses of silvery catkins in spring with attractive golden anthers
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Salix hookeriana

Salix hookeriana
Dune Willow / Beach Willow

Originally a native of Western North America where the flexible stems were used in basket making, Salix hookeriana has in our opinion the best silvery-white, pussy willows in early spring and attractive slivery leaves
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Salix irrorata

Salix irrorata
Sandbar Willow

Hopefully Available Autumn/Winter 2017 - Salix irrorata is an unusual species of willow can be found growing in the wild in parts of South-western America and has a lovely silvery-white "bloom" on the young stems
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Salix magnifica

Salix magnifica
Magnificent Willow

Information Only - Native to China, Salix magnifica is a rare, upright large shrub or eventually very small tree in the right conditions with large and handsome, magnolia-like leaves
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Salix myrsinifolia

Salix myrsinifolia
Black-stemmed Willow

Native to parts of Europe including the United Kingdom, Salix myrsinifolia is grown primarily for its shining, ebony coloured, bare stems which are visible throughout the winter
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Salix nakamurana var yezoalpina

Salix nakamurana var. yezoalpina
Yezo Dwarf Willow

A low growing, prostrate species of willow with lovely catkins which can be found growing in the wild on the alpine slopes of Hokkaido, Japan
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Salix x rubra 'Eugenei'

Salix x rubra 'Eugenei'
Purple Willow

Available Summer 2016 - Salix x rubra 'Eugenei' is named after the Empress Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III and has slender, upright branches which are festooned with dainty pink catkins in late winter
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Salix x sepulcralis 'Erythroflexuosa'

Salix x sepulcralis 'Erythroflexuosa'
Dragon's Claw Willow

An unusual cultivar, Salix x sepulcralis 'Erythroflexuosa' has fetching, contorted branches with the young stems coloured a vibrant orange-yellow, which fade to brown as they mature
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Salix udensis 'Sekka'

Salix udensis 'Sekka'
Dragon Willow or Japanese Fantail Willow

Native to parts of North-east Asia including the Sakhalin islands, Salix udensis 'Sekka' is a curious willow with strange flattened stems which occur most frequently on mature plants
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