Willow - Dappled
Variegated Leaves When Young
The Dappled Willow, Salix Integra 'Hakuro-Nishiki', also known as Variegated Willow, is a small shrub that produces leaves that are variegated when they are young.
It has pink flowers in spring.
It will mature to 4'-6' with an equal spread, but can be pruned to any size. The young branches grow out of the crown in all directions and will begin drooping slightly.
This plant displays good winter interest with coral and red stems that contrasts with the landscape.
Like all Willows, it thrives in moist soils and full to part sun. Prune in early spring to promote its elegant display and prune to promote variegated foliage.
The Dappled Willow is a superb accent plant and it will be a focal point in beds and borders.
The Variegated Willow is also used for foundation plantings, alongside water features, in natural areas, and in containers.
*Variegated Young Foliage
*Red Stems in Winter
|Family||Salix Integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'|
|Mature Height||4 - 6 feet|
|Mature Spread||4 - 6 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Partial Sun|
|Flower Color||Pinkish White|
|Fall Color||Red Stems|