leaves starting to turn for fall foliage, green on top surface and lighter pale white on lower surface, harder to distinguish in late fall. stipules present woth ovate shape. smaller willow 10-15 ft tall by running water creek. leaf margins with small teeth.
Tree 3-4 meters tall growing in thicket, bottom side of leaves white, no fruit or flowers at the time of collection.
medium sized tree associated with wetlands. Leaves are small, simple, and lanceolate. This species of willow does not have conspicuous stipules.
The color of the trees was amazing against the blue...
Thin stringy twigs; long, narrow, pointed leaves.
Very large, multi-trunked tree with smooth, white bark on upper limbs, changing to deeply fissured and brown towards base. Simple, green leaves have a silvery-white abaxial surface.
Salicaceae or the willow family (although they contain more than just the willow genus, Salix) is a family of flowering plants. Recent genetic studies summarized by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group has greatly expanded the circumscription of the family to contain 55 genera.