Salix cordata

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Salix cordata
 Heart-leaved Willow
Habit: large shrub/small tree
Height: 3-9m (10-30 ft)CH
Lifespan: perennial
Origin:  ?
Exposure: full sunsn
Water: lots of watersn
USDA Zones:  ?
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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Salix cordata. (syn. S. rigida). Heart-leaved Willow. A large shrub or small tree, 10-30 ft. high: branches stout: buds large, flattened against the branch: lvs. oblong-lanceolate, green on both sides, finely serrate, glabrous and rather rigid at maturity: aments rather slender, appearing with the lvs.: caps. glabrous, greenish or brownish. N. Amer.— This is a variable species and undoubtedly some of the forms included in it are hybrids; several supposed natural hybrids have been described. Var. pendula, Hort., is a decumbent form.

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