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    Salix "Hakuro Nishiki" (dappled willow)

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    • Lori Sprouse

      I really want this to grow well in my garden! It's tiny right now, but it has beautiful color! Dappled Willow (Link no longer works)

    • Sarah Oreskovich

      Dappled willow pink stems with dappled green pink and white foliage. Prune midsummer to encourage more variegation. 5x6'

    • Mary Radomsky Gaytan

      Salix integra ‘Hakuro-nishiki’ A gem for the back. Can be shaped to single stem form if preferred. 4' - 6' high and wide. Moist soils in sun, will tolerate part shade.

    • D Dalgleish

      Salix integra ‘Hakuro-nishiki’ A foliage shrub with green leaves conspicuously blotched white, young leaves almost white, occasionally pink tinged, deciduous. Height and Spread about 1 to 1.5metres. The foliage can be scorched in very hot sites. Moist soils in sun, will tolerate part shade. AGM 2012 H5

    • Dalean Swank

      Japanese Willow Salix Hakaro Nishiki I had one of these at my first house. I really want another one. The new group is peach colored.

    • Mary Beth Wigle

      Dappled Willow- I have one! I'm excited, in a couple of years it's going to look AMAZING!!!

    • flowers &fluff

      Dappled Willow Deciduous Shrub 4-6' T 4-6' W. Best in partial shade

    • Jana Ball

      Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki' (dappled willow)

    • Beck Mason

      Japanese Willows.

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