Photos of Salix-amygdaloides-~-peach-leaved-willow

Photos and Characteristics of Wetland Plant Species > This Category

Salix amygdaloides ~ peach leaved willow



  • FACW

  • Michigan C Value: 3

  • mature leaves lanceolate, long–attenuate at tip

  • leaves often somewhat glaucus beneath

  • immature leaves often reddish

  • high proportion of leaves are pendulous (hanging down), somewhat like black willow

  • when in sun, petioles are red

  • no glands at base of petioles (use to differentiate from crack willow)

  • finely and evenly toothed

  • wider leaves than black willow

  • branches slender but tough and flexible

  • single–trunked like black willow

  • native

All Wetland Plant Species | Category Index | Previous | Next     
All images shown within the Wetland Photos section of are free to use for
all noncommercial applications. Appropriate photo credit should be given to
when an image from this website is used for another publication. If you want to license a high resolution
version of any of our photos for commercial purposes, please contact us.