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Salix 'Boydii'
a natural dwarf hybrid that grows to just 12 inches. William Brack Boyd, a farmer and botanist discovered this interesting willow towards the end of the 19th century growing at Glen Fiagh, Scotland—it has never been found since. A very slow growing with an erect habit and silver-grey rounded leaves. Such is the rate of growth that even after a great many years, it is unlikely to have reached 3 feet in height. Rare and Choice! One gallon Gems-$18.00 Limited


Salix candida 'Silver Fox'
This selection of Hoary Willow, found in Newfoundland by Tony Huber in 1987, is a fantastic, small shrub valued for its outstanding, little, silver leaves. Selected from the northeastern range of this northern tier North American boreal species, the compact, deciduous shrub has dramatic yellow winter buds and twigs. Since it is a “fen” or wetland plant, it is suited to rich, wet soils and cool temperatures. In the Pacific Northwest, it is perfectly content as a container or garden foliage plant. Dress up a boggy site with a splash of silver. As yet untested in warmer regions. One gallons-$15.00


Salix Integra Hakura Nishiki Nishiki Willow
An unusual small shrub valued for it’s variegated pink, green and white foliage. Thin pink stems and buds provide winter interest. The best color is obtained in partially shade. Old stems should be cut back for the best appearance. To 6’, Zone 4. Five Inch-$6.00, One Gallon $10.00


Salix nakamurana ‘yezo-alpina’
A rare Japanese species with long stems and round 3 inch glossy reticulated leaves. The stems thicken in just a year or two, and with its red catkins it makes a magnificent cascading plant. From rooted cuttings, so Great for bonsai. Prefers shade in the afternoon in hot, dry areas. 4 in. x 36 inches in 10 years. Five Inch-$8.00 One gallon-$12.00



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