Salix nakamurana v. yezoalpina

Very interesting in a rock garden, as it flows over them. When the snow melts, the catkins contrast with the mahogany colored stems.
Item #
4202
Keywords
WILLOW, YEZOALPINA
Zone
4

Salix nakamurana v. yezoalpina


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Very interesting in a rock garden, as it flows over them. When the snow melts, the catkins contrast with the mahogany colored stems.

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