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Megan Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'. Jul 27, Posted on July 27, by Don Statham. I have been wanting to rip out the Salix Integra “Hakoro Nishiki’ for a while now.
In fact this fall, my plan was to take a chain saw to it.
There would also be a lot of work removing its roots which was a daunting task. Each year, I cut the shrub back two to three times taking off about 4’feet each. Attracting the eye with its bright, showy colors, Salix integra 'Hakuro-Nishiki' (Dappled Willow) is a deciduous shrub or small tree of great beauty.
Compact, it sports a luminous variegated foliage on graceful branches throughout the growing season. Emerging pink in spring, the narrow, lance-shaped leaves gradually mature to variegated shades of pink, creamy-white and green, before Climate Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, flamingo willow.
'Hakuro-nishiki' is a deciduous shrub or small tree, with branches that droop slightly at the tips, reaching a height and spread of m.
The narrow, lance-shaped leaves, to 10cm long, emerge pink in spring, maturing to variegated shades of pink, creamy-white and green before turning predominantly green as the summer progresses. pruning a bush form salix integra hakuro-nishiki Early spring, at the beginning of March, is the best time to prune.
Assuming you plant the shrub in autumn, don't prune in the following spring, wait until the spring after that (roughly 18 months after planting) to allow it to establish a good root and branch system.