Photos of Salix-exidua-~-sandbar-willow

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Salix exidua ~ sandbar willow

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  • FACW

  • Michigan C Value: 1

  • also known as Salix interior

  • one of the most distinctive willows

  • leaves with a few, scattered teeth (remotely denticulate)

  • leaves are very narrow, linear

  • tapers into petiole

  • young leaves typically white silky on both sides

  • branchlets slender, reddish–brown

  • uniquely colonial willow; can spread out of wetlands

  • widespread in North America

  • native

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