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Salix alba | Common willow | White willow

The White willow, a tall tree that has a fairly narrow oval to ovoid crown. In spring, the crown has a silvery sheen due to the leaves, which are long lanceolate-shaped, top gray to dark green dull glossy, underside blue-green, with silver hairs on both sides.

Characteristics:

Available in size:

Bare root, Wire clod

Application:

Hedges and forest plants, Large gardens, Solitary, Squares and parks, Trees on the coast

Growing conditions:

(Semi-)shade, Moist (clay) soil, Normal bottom, Salt resistant, Sea-windproof, Sunny, Windproof

Growth habit:

Feathered, Oval / ovoid

Bloeikleur

Yellow

Adult height:

First size trees 12+ m

Soil:

Calcareous, moist and wet

Flowers:

both male and female, Yellow catkins in April

Fruits:

Cat

Environmental factors:

Endures hardening, may be temporarily flooded, widely used as pollard willow

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