Salix planifolia Pursh
Family: Salicaceae
diamond-leaf willow,  more...
[Salix monica Bebb,  more]
Salix planifolia image
Steve C. Garske  
Etymology: Salix: Latin name for the willow and meaning "to leap or spring" in reference to its fast growth
Plants: perennial shrub 3 1/2'-10' tall
Leaves: crowded, elliptic to narrowly obovate, pointed at both ends, underside whitened
Flowers: stalkless catkins appearing before the leaves
Habitat: wet; meadows, lakeshores, streambanks, rocky places
Conservation Status: Threatened
Salix planifolia image
Steve C. Garske  
Salix planifolia image
Steve C. Garske  
Salix planifolia image
Steve C. Garske  
Salix planifolia image
Steve C. Garske  
Salix planifolia image
Steve C. Garske  
Salix planifolia image
Steve C. Garske  
Salix planifolia image
Steve C. Garske  
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
Salix planifolia image
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