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FSU Tag Line
 

Salix

 

Genus Description:

This is a large genus of shrubs and trees with slender twigs and one leaf scale per bud. The leaves are often linear, long, and pointed. The flowers are in catkins and have a nectar gland instead of a perianth. The fruits are 2-valved capsules with silky hairs around the seeds within.

Plants in Genus:

Salix babylonica - - -