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Salix (Willow) Trees for Sale

With over 250 species of willow shrubs and trees in cultivation, there is truly something for everyone and every landscape. The willow is known for its simple leaves and tiny clusters of flowers, called catkins. Fuzz-covered catkins are an eye-catching trait of the well-known pussy willow species.

Salix babylonica ‘Crispa’ (Ram’s Horn Willow)

Elegant spiral-shaped leaves resemble a ram’s horn. Reaches 30 feet tall at a maturity, but can be pruned to desired size.

Salix caprea ‘Ogon’ (Pussy Willow)

A hard-to-find cultivar of the pussy willow shrub. Boasts vibrant golden-yellow foliage in the spring and early summer.

Salix chaenomeloides ‘Mt Aso’ (Giant Pussy Willow)

Impressively-sized pink catkins emerge in the spring.

Salix integra ‘Hakuro Nishiki’ (Japanese Willow)

Fast-growing and reaching 8-10 feet tall, this shrub willow has pink, white and green variegated foliage.

Salix melanostachys (Black Pussy Willow)

Another rare specimen with dark black catkins. Grows to 10 feet tall, but can be pruned back if a smaller shrub size is desired.

Salix melanostachys (Black Pussy Willow)

Another rare specimen with dark black catkins. Grows to 10 feet tall, but can be pruned back if a smaller shrub size is desired.

Salix nakamurana yezo-alpina (Prostate Willow)

Native to Japan, this shrub takes a low, creeping form, well-suited for rock gardens. Spring foliage emerges as silver-gray and transitions to deep green and then bright yellow throughout the season.

And more!

Please contact us with any questions regarding which tree is best-suited for your landscape, or questions about Willow trees specifically.

(802) 289-3135