Salix lasiolepis Salix lasiolepis
Common Name Arroyo Willow
Latin Name Salix lasiolepis
Native Habitat 0 to 7,000 feet in western U. S. and NW Mexico
Soil Moist riparian
Water Regular
Height X Width Maximum 15 feet x 20 feet
Protective Mechanism None
Leaves Evergreen or winter deciduous, dark green
Garden Suitability Ethnobotanical
Ornamental Value White blossoms in fall
Nature Value Flowers used by butterflies and bees, important for erosion control on streams and rivers
Native American Uses Bark used in basketry, leaved stems used for graneries, limbs used in building and to form wattles, bark used for cordage
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