Is dappled willow an evergreen?
Hereof, is dappled willow Evergreen?
Attracting the eye with its bright, showy colors, Salix integra 'Hakuro-Nishiki' (Dappled Willow) is a deciduous shrub or small tree of great beauty. Compact, it sports a luminous variegated foliage on graceful branches throughout the growing season.
Furthermore, does dappled willow lose leaves in winter? Also, do not prune the plant after August or September. It will drop its leaves and go dormant in winter. Remember: The plant will tell you when to prune it back (when it loses much of the variegation). I live in Minnesota and have a dappled willow that has dead branches.
Similarly, you may ask, is Tri color dappled willow Evergreen?
Unlike many evergreen shrubs, the deciduous quality of this Willow make an interesting and unique plant. The Tri Color Willow is so-named because of its changing colors. Pink tinted new growth changes to white-tinted green growth in summer, finally settling into red twigs to add garden zest in winter.
Is a dappled willow a perennial?
Characteristics. Dappled willows are deciduous shrubs that grow 4 to 6 feet in height and width with judicious pruning or 15 to 20 feet when allowed to grow into trees.