Willow - Sitka - bundle of 5 cuttings

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Willow - Sitka - bundle of 5 cuttings

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Salix sitchensis is a large shrub or small tree, six to twenty five feet high. The leaves are alternate, oblonceolate or narrowly ovate, two to five inches long, and usually sharp-pointed. The flowers appear before or with the leaves, on short leafy shoots, males are five centimeters long, and the females are eight centimeters long (Pojar & MacKinnon 1994). The bark is smooth, slightly furrowed, and scaly. 

This is a very important species for native pollinators as they are the first plant to bloom in very early spring.  Willows thrive in sun and moist to wet soil.

Plant form: 3 ft cuttings

USDA NRCS Plant Guide

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