Salix alba ‘Golden Ness’

Willow

Striking yellow stems. Narrow, lance shaped leaves and yellow catkins in spring. Ideal for coppicing.

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Salix alba ‘Hutchinsons Yellow’

Willow

Intense yellow winter stems. Prune hard to encourage best colour. Height after 10 years up to 6m.

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Salix alba ‘Tristis’

Willow

Golden weeping willow. Fast growing with graceful arching, weeping branches and yellow shoots.

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Salix alba vitellina ‘Britzensis’

Willow

The ‘Scarlet Willow’. A classic for its scarlet orange winter colours. Height after 10 years up to 6m.

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Salix alba vitellina ‘Yelverton’

Willow

A rich bronze-red coloured stem makes this form particularly worthwhile. Height after 10yrs up to 6m.

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Salix caprea ‘Pendula’

Willow

Small umbrella like tree, weeping with large silver male catkins in spring. Height after 10 years up to 1.5m.

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Salix erythroflexuosa ‘Golden Curls’

Willow

‘Erythroflexuosa’. Orange-yellow twisted stems and leaves, very worth while. Small in height.

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Salix integra ‘Hakuro-nishiki’

Willow

Dwarf, weeping Japanese Willow with creamy-pink foliage. Leaves drop in autumn to show orange-coral stems.

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Salix irrorata

Willow

Young green shoots turn purple with age. Catkins have red anthers that turn yellow. Height after 10yr up to 3m.

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