Salix gooddingii

Salix gooddingii


  • Tree to 90 feet in height
  • Of wet places—stream sides marshes, seepage areas, washes and meadows
  • Good for stabilizing banks
  • Fairly unusual and some what threatened in our area
  • Reported in Flatlands Los Vaqueros watershed and brackish and freshwater marshes of Valley sections

Shadow Cliffs


1 gallon

bloom season Apr
pollinators Bees
pollinators Birds
pollinators Butterflies
habitat Coastal scrub
sun Full Sun
soil Good
flower color Inconspicuous
bloom season May
water Mod
soil Moderate
growth habit Upright
dormancy winter

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