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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

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