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Salix magnifica

Zone: 10a, 10b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b
Exposure: Part Shade
Plant Category: Shade & Flowering Trees
Height: Maximum 20 feet
Width: Maximum 10 feet
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When collected it was thought this Salix was a Magnolia. Leaves are broadly oval, blue-green to 8" long. An upright shrub or tree with red-purple shoots to 15'. Late in spring, slender green catkins are produced. This is a rare and lovely tree.
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Submitted by Ref: on 11/8/2012 4:31 PM

The most remarkable of all willows (Bean); when first discovered, this impressive shrub/tree (6-20') was thought to be a Magnolia so similar are its large (to 10"long) leaves; also 4-11" (!) catkins in spring. SUN/Med-Wet


Submitted by Ref: on 11/8/2012 4:31 PM

Wide green leaves with lighter veins look nothing like a willow but more like a magnolia, that is until it blooms with furry catkins. Medium size, upright tree.


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