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Wayfaring (Viburnum lantana)
Showy flat-topped clusters of creamy white flowers at the end of the branches in spring followed by ornamental fruit which starts pink, changing to red and finally black in the fall. Leathery, veined green foliage turns purple-bronze in the fall.
Willow Acute (Salix acutifolia)
Also known as Sharp-leaf Willow due to its shiny, elongated, and sharply serrated foliage. A hardy, fast growing willow. Great choice for shelterbelt, windbreak, or privacy screen.
Willow Blue Fox (Salix brachycarpa)
A very attractive upright rounded shrub with soft-textured blue gray foliage all season long. Compact growth habit. Extremely hardy. May be used as hedging.
Willow Sandbar (Salix interior)
A mid-sized shrub with long, slender, glossy, green leaves. Grassy narrow stems emerge reddish-brown. Small male catkins appear in late spring. Fast growing. Well suited for mass planting. Ideal plant to use in a wet area with erosion risk. Suckering.
Willow Silver (Salix alba)
Fast growing, low-branching tree forming a broad, spreading round-topped crown. Bright silver, finely-serrated foliage on upper side, dull grayish-green on lower side; new growth is green and flexible. Foliage remain on the branches well into winter. Used in windbreaks.
Willow Weeping Lace (Salix babylonica)
Graceful branches with rich glossy green foliage turn yellow in fall. Young branches are bright golden yellow. Fast growing.