Salix lasiolepsis

Arroyo Willow

Plant family: Salicaceae - Willow


Plant type: Tree

Plant origin: N/A, California

Container Avail Qty Add to
My List
Fifteen Gallon 0   99.99
One Gallon 0   12.99
Five gallon - Natural 0   34.99

Add to My List

Flower Color Yellow Catkins
Blooming Season Spring
Height 15-25 feet
Spread 10-15 feet
Sun / Shade   
Monthly Water
> Learn More
Wildlife Friendliness Rating
Plant Community > Learn More

Chaparral, Riparian

Best Soil Conditions > Learn More

Clay, Sand, Sandy Loam

Special Characteristic

Autumn Foliage, Fire Resistance, Good in Containers, Hedges and Screens, Important to Native People

Plant Highlights

The Arroyo Willow is a common site in creek and riverbed Chaparral and mixed sage scrub. It is a commonly in a shrub form, but can easily shaped to tree proportions. The leaves are a dull green, with white, perpendicular midveins and fuzzy beneath. The twigs are a reddish, brown and accent the leaves, which turn in the fall. The tree is useful to many bird and butterfly species.

Leave us a comment, your rating and/or your favorite picture

Please share your thoughts with us about this plant. We would like to hear about the good things and the problems. We also would appreciate seeing any photos and have you rate this plant. To leave comments or to rate a plant you must be registered.




No comments for this plant.