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Salix integra 'Pendula'

Weeping Dappled Willow

Plant Type:


Salix integra 'Pendula' - This will form a most beautiful cascading shrub on a bank but especially fountaining like a waterfall spilling over a high wall. Pretty opposite leaves make a soft, very handsome articulated statement en mass. Salix integra 'Pendula' can also be trained into a standard from which the attractive when in leaf and after leaf drop stems form an umbrella from the top. Winter stems have a flush of red and green - not bad. Fully to mostly sunny site in fertile, moisture retaining soil. Though we do not know where this pendulous form was found the species hales from China, Japan and Korea. Established pot grown shrub from cutting.

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10-12 ft


10-12 ft


5 to 7(8)
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Item Description Price  
SALINPEN Salix integra 'Pendula' (5 inch Square x 6 inch Tall - 2 quarts / 1.8927 liters) $25.00

Characteristics and Attributes for Salix integra 'Pendula'

Season of Interest (Foliage)

  • Late Spring / Summer / into Autumn

Interesting Bark

  • Smooth
  • Weeping Form
  • Colored

Nature Attraction

  • Deer Resistant


  • Full Sun
  • Mostly Sunny


  • Ground Cover
  • Basketry
  • Wall
  • Bank

Growth Rate in the Garden

  • Rapid


  • Fertile
  • Moist

Propagated By

  • Cutting Grown

Genus Overview: Salix

Common Name: Willow

Salix. These are the willows, a large genus of woody plants. Some willows are small shrubs, others grow into huge trees and there are many bushy species which fall in between. All prefer sun planted in fertile moisture retaining soils; some are tolerant of quite wet feet. Many have quite attractive lanceolate leaves with silvery undersides that flash in summer breezes… I have often thought of these as the “poor man’s bamboo”. Some have contorted and beautifully colored bark which shines in the winter landscape. Many sport beautiful winter/spring catkins. Nearly all willows have utilitarian applications in fencing, rods, basket making. All are very prune-able; in fact, any of the larger shrubs depending upon how you desire to employ them will respond well to pruning and coppicing. When coppiced those with beautifully colored winter stems display many more of them. And as with ornamental shrub dogwoods younger stems exhibit the best, most intense winter tones. All ornamental characteristics will be presented according to species/cultivar. All of the following offerings are established pot grown shrubs from a cutting. We may prune back all larger growing selections prior to shipping so that you will not incur the extra handling charge.