A 10-25\' deciduous tree-shrub. A stream-side plant. It likes full sun and water. Good for stream stabilization. This species is native to much of Ca. thru Ariz. to Utah. It is native on the nursery site in decomposed granite with a seasonal stream flowing around it. There are some a a few miles away on Pozo Road that grow on clay in a low spot. Standing water in winter, bone dry in summer on the surface.
Salix laevigata tolerates sand and seasonal flooding.
Salix laevigata's foliage type is deciduous.
Salix laevigata's flower color is yellow.
Communities for Salix laevigata:Chaparral, Riparian (rivers & creeks) and Central Oak Woodland.
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