Creeping Willow - Salix repens

Creeping Willow, Salix repens is a low growing pretty sub-shrub, creeping and mat-like forming but occasionally growing straight up. Creeping Willow likes damp and wet locations. It is often found on heathland and around damp ledges. The twigs are slender and vary from grey to mid brown.

The leaves of creeping willow are short, oval and although narrow they are widest in the middle. The leaves are silky- silvery underneath and silky grey or bright green on top. The margins are entire.

The current height of these plants is 10-20cm and they can be planted all the year round.

  • Plant in open sites
  • Likes damp locations
  • Pretty Willow Shrub
  • Ideal for any size Garden

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