| Peachleaf Willow, Almond Willow, Peach Willow, Southwestern Peach Willow, Wright Willow, Wright Peachleaf Willow|
Peachleaf Willow is a striking tree that grows along waterways, either wet or dry, in the Panhandle and Trans-Pecos in west Texas. It can grow to heights of 40 feet, and is fairly uncommon. Peachleaf Willow is quickly recognized by its yellow twigs, drooping branchlets, and green peach-shaped leaves that are silvery white underneath and shimmer in a slight breeze.
Plant Habit or Use: medium tree
Flower Color: yellowish-green catkins
Blooming Period: spring
Fruit Characteristics: capsules, light yellow or reddish
Height: to 40 ft.
Width: to 40 ft.
Plant Character: deciduous
Heat Tolerance: high
Water Requirements: medium
Soil Requirements: neutral alkaline