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Salicaceae
Salix

Salix alba
'Sericea'

Salix alba 'Sericea'
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Redondo/esférico 2o tamaño: entre 6  y 12 metros de alto Corona semiabierta
Altura: 6 - 10 (12) m
Corona: round
Corteza y ramas: trunk yellowish brown to grey, deeply grooved, twigs thin
Hoja: lanceolate, with silvery white hair on both sides, approx. 10 cm
Flores: yellow Y and X catkins, approx. 5 cm long, April
Frutos: catkins, approx. 8 cm long
Aplicación: landscape, park tree, small gardens
Tipo de suelo: moist and wet, preferably calcareous
Resistencia al viento: good
Procedencia: Germany, approx. 1840
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 4
Sinónimo: S. alba argentea, S. alba var. regalis

Striking tree with a round crown and a height of 6 to 10 (12) m. The yellowish brown to grey trunk has deep, corky grooves. Young twigs are yellowish green and very bendable. The lanceolate leaves have silvery, velvety white hairs on both sides. The hairs remains on the leaves the entire summer, giving the tree a striking silvery grey colour, particularly from a distance. The leaves fall off late in the autumn, sometimes as late as the beginning of December. The yellow catkins appear at the same time as the leaves. Roots grow close to the surface, with very many root hairs. It grows in moist places and can stand temporary submersion, but also thrives in dryer places. Morphologically, this plant bears a great resemblance to S. alba.

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