Salix bebbiana

Salix bebbiana

A fast growing, native willow found forming dense thickets in wetlands. New foliage is downy and matures to smooth dark green on stems that start red-brown and become slightly hairy. Awesome choice for reclamation or stream stabilization and tolerant of many different soils.

Plant Height at Maturity

10 feet

Plant Width at Maturity

10 feet

Growth Rate


Growth Habit

Upright | Spreading

Landscape Uses

Erosion Control | Water Garden

Environmental Features

Native Species | Bird Habitat

Tough Sites

Alkaline Soil | Wet Soil | Calcareous Soil | Steep Slope | Urban Conditions

Flower Color