|25′ to 30′||prefer partial shade or partial sun to full sun||Zones: 5A-9A|
|# Per Bundle||Bundle Type||Size|
|25||Rooted Cutting (RC)||18″-24″|
|25||Rooted Cutting (RC)||2′-3′|
Peachleaf Willow is a striking tree that grows along waterways, either wet or dry, in the Panhandle and Trans-Pecos in west Texas. It can grow to heights of 40 feet, and is fairly uncommon. Peachleaf Willow is quickly recognized by its yellow twigs, drooping branchlets, and green peach-shaped leaves that are silvery white underneath and shimmer in a slight breeze.