Salix

NOUN
  1. a large and widespread genus varying in size from small shrubs to large trees: willows
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  • The main plant transit from moving dune to semi-immobile dune are Artemisia halodendron, Salix gordejevii, Polygonum divaricatum.
  • The red is gaillardia ‘Burgundy’, the whitish is dappled willow, salix integra ‘Hakuro Nishiki’ , yellow leafed caryopteris ‘Worcester Gold’, and just starting to bloom at the rock edge, veronica ‘Royal Candles’. First Lilium and Other Tidbits « Fairegarden
  • The new growth of pollarded curly or corkscrew willow, Salix matsudana is pleasing against the dark green background of the Hemlocks. Twiggy « Fairegarden
  • Nan Ondra had her black “pussywillow” pictured in her post and it reminded me I should have at least one salix in my garden too, seeing yours as well now.. so much I want and not enough room ? Time Marches On-2009 Bloom Day « Fairegarden
  • Together with several other shrub and tree species (Tamarix canariensis, T. africana, Salix alba, Alnus glutinosa, Populus alba, P. Nigra, Fraxinus angustifolia, Ulmus minor), this assemblage typifies small riparian woodlands and is well adapted to periodical flooding. Iberian sclerophyllous and semi-deciduous forests
  • Some taxonomic groups are particularly species rich in a global context: any impact of climate warming on such species, for example, willows (Salix spp.), sawflies, stoneflies, wading birds, and salmonid fish, is likely to affect their diversity at the global level. Arctic environments north of the treeline
  • Viburna continue; Salix (fruticose) commences about 5,000 feet, continues here and there to Moflong. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • Brushwood associations on the peat soils are composed mainly of grey willow Salix cinerea, dwarf birch Betula humilis and Pinus silvestris. Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park, Belarus
  • Surface material deposits from glaciers and icefields form moraines which are colonized by lichens and mosses, horsetail Equisetum sp., willows Salix spp., fire weed Epilobium sp., and mountain avens Dryas drummondii. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, United States
  • Originally salicylates (salts of salicylic acid) were obtained from the bark and leaves of willow and poplar trees; indeed ‘salicylate’ derives from the title of the willow genus, Salix.
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