Dappled Willow

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Hakuro-nishiki’ (synonymous with ‘Albo-maculata’) is a deciduous shrub with variegated foliage that brings year-round interest to the landscape. New foliage emerges pink in spring, maturing to creamy white and green. Foliage eventually turns yellow in fall with late leaf drop. Pendant yellowish catkins appear in early spring. Stems turn red in winter.

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Latin NameSalix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'
Common NameDappled Willow
Max Height5-8ft
Max Width5-8ft

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