Salix Caprea Pendula – Umbrella Form




The lovely branches of the Salix caprea pendula,  Kilmarnock Willow as it’s commonly known, can provide your garden with all year round interest. Stiff, arching brightly coloured shoots form a mound or mop head shape in winter. In spring come long silver fuzzy catkins that open to soft silky flowers with yellow anthers, before the gracefully hanging lush foliage appears.

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