Salix alba vitellina
Fast-growing, weak-wooded, short-lived plants. Weeping willows are best used as single trees near a stream or lake, though they can, with training, become satisfactory shade trees for patio or terrace. They leaf out very early in spring and hold their foliage late. Shrubby willows are grown mainly for catkins (this group goes by the name “pussy willow”) or colorful twigs, as screen plants, or for erosion control on stream or river banks.Salix alba vitellina
Upright, withbrilliant yellow twigs in winter.Can grow to tree size, but cuttingback gives best color display:lop to 1 ft. high yearly, justbefore spring growth begins.Stems may grow 8 ft. in a season.‘Britzensis’ has red ororange-red winter stems.
From Europe and NorthAfrica. Upright to 75–100 ft.tall, 50–100 ft. wide. Yellowishbrown bark. Narrow, ...
From the mountainsof central and southernEurope. This slow-growing,extremely variable species canreach...
Graceful, open tree with stronglyweeping branches, deeply cutleaves. Sunburns in hot, dryweather.