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Creeping Willow

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A low growing shrubby tree of wet heath and moors.



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Common Name Creeping Willow
Scientific Name Salix repens
Family Willow family - Salicaceae
Status Scarce
Interest Level
Species Family Deciduous Trees
Flower Colour Group Yellow
  • 04 - April
  • 05 - May
Preferred Environment
Look for Fluffy yellow flowers on a low growing, creeping shrub
Additional Identification Notes
Similar Species

This species is often found in these habitats:

Habitat(s) Relationship
H3: Wet Heath Associated
FF: Fen and carr Associated