• Current height: 2-4'
  • Mature height: Up to 12 feet
  • Light: sun to part shade
  • Soil: wet
  • Multi-stemmed shrub or single stem tree
  • Colonized more slowly than Pussy Willow
  • Native to Maryland
  • Fun Fact: A "diamond" willow and favorite for carving
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Willow, Bebb's

3 Gallons
  • Pollinator value: Very High

    Larval host Mourning Cloak and Viceroy butterflies. Special value to songbirds, ducks, mammals, native bees.

    Butterflies that feed on willows include the Lorquin's Admiral and Green Comma.  Moth species include the White Furcula.  (Cullina, W. Native Trees, Shrubs & Vines. (2002) New England Wild Flower Society).