Pacific Willow - bare root
Salix lucida lasiandra
Pacific Willow is one of the larger native willows, reaching 50' tall with a slender, delicate form. It commonly develops several stems. The bark is cracked and yellow in mature trees while the leaves are 2-6" long, narrow, sharply pointed, much like the leaves of a peach tree.
Habitat: The Pacific Willow likes moist, sand or gravelly soil but is tolerant of dry conditions.