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species of willow native to Europe and western Asia.It is a
deciduous shrub or small tree growing to 4-15 m high. The leaves
are spirally arranged, 2-9 cm long and 1-3 cm broad (exceptionally
up to 16 cm long and 5 cm broad), green above, hairy below, with a
crenate margin. The flowers are produced in early spring in catkins
2-5 cm long; it is dioecious with male and female catkins on
separate plants. The male catkins are silvery at first, turning
yellow when the pollen is released; the female catkins are
greenish-grey, maturing in early summer to release the numerous
tiny seeds embedded in white cottony down which assists wind
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