Common osier
Salix viminalis, Hardiness : Zone 3
Other names
Basket willow
Ornamental tree
1 year old, 20cm high, in 9cm pot 3.00$
13cm pot 5.00$
75cm high, in three gallons pot 13.00$
Height X Width
6.0m X 3.0m
Edible parts description
Considered hardy
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Edible parts
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Description, from Wikipedia

Salix viminalis is a multistemmed shrub growing to between 3 and 6 m (9.8 and 19.7 ft) (rarely to 10 m (33 ft)) tall. It has long, erect, straight branches with greenish-grey bark. The leaves long and slender, 10–25 cm long but only 0.5–2 cm broad; they are dark green above, with a silky grey-haired underside. The flowers are catkins, produced in early spring before the leaves; they are dioecious, with male and female catkins on separate plants. The male catkins are yellow and oval-shaped; the female catkins are longer and more cylindrical; they mature in early summer when the fruit capsules split open to release the numerous minute seeds.