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. The stem colour is similar to that of Salix acutifolia 'Blue Streak', although less blue.
Established plants have masses of pretty golden catkins on the branches before the leaves appear in spring. Salix irrorata benefits from annual hard pruning in spring and here in Derbyshire although it does not mind damp soils, seems to prefer a well drained position with plenty of sunlight.
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