Salix lavandulifolia var. rosmarinifolia

Salix elaeagnos 'Angustifolia'

Synonym: Salix lavandulifolia Koch. var. rosmarinifolia (Order Code J154)

A small, erect, very flexible, densely branching shrub
up to 1.5 m high, but spreading up to 2 m wide.
An extremely hardy willow which originates in central and eastern Europe,
extending to Belgium, northern Italy and Sweden.
The catkins appear prior to or at the same time as the leaves.
It grows single or in groups and will look very good in a rockery.
It loves a moist, humus rich soil in a sunny or half-shaded position.

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