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Salix Reticulata dwarf creeping plant


Salix Reticulata dwarf creeping plantThe Salix Reticulata is a dwarf creeping plant whose dark green leaves eminently fit it for the rock-work or carpet bedding. It will grow in any soil, but prefers a moist one, and produces unattractive brown flowers in September.

Propagated in spring by detaching rooted portions from the parent plant and planting them in moist, sandy loam. The height of the Salix Reticulata is about two inches.