5 years to reach maturity
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Grey Willow Overview
Salix atrocinerea is commonly known as Grey Willow and Rusty Sallow, it is a deciduous tree species in the Salicaceae family. Growing well in damp locations, this plant produces yellow ad red stems, which darken to attractively textured bark with diamond patterning. Leaves are oval and elongated, coloured green-grey. Flowers are arranged in catkin structures, coloured yellow for male specimens and green for female plants.
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Other uses of Grey Willow
Grown for their habit, foliage, catkins and, in some cases, colourful winter shoots. Suitable for coastal conditions. Attracts butterflies