"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
Salix viminalis is fast growing and an upright large shrub or small tree producing dense green catkins in late winter and early spring. A plant for tough wet conditions
Salix alba Vitellina is a must for those seeking winter colour producing bright yellow to orange winter shoots. Golden Willow is easy to grow in any situation, particularly in moist conditions.
Salix cinerea is a tall shrub or small tree. Catkins appear in advance of the leaves in March and April. Similar to Salix caprea. Use with other natives in hedgerows.
The Musk Willow. Makes a small multi stemmed tree or large shrub, one of the first willows to come out of winter hibernation showing off its large yellow catkins often as early as late January
A striking plant in winter with bright orange and red stems. A must for any winter colour scheme, in both natural and formal situations.
The 'Cricket bat Willow' makes a large imposing tree of upright pleasing proportion. Long narrow typical willow leaves attractive sea green above and grey silver beneath.
The Golden Weeping Willow. Needs little introduction or description. Golden yellow weeping branches surround this medium sized tree.
Makes a smaller tree than the norm foliage a most striking silver
A superb form of the Golden Willow with really bright yellow stems which stand out on a crisp clear winters day. Very effective with other coloured stems such as dogwoods.
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