Flora of Northern Ireland
Salix repens
© Graham Day
Salix repens
© Paul Hackney
Salix repens
(Map updated: March 2008)
 

Creeping willow is a low-growing shrub which is found as a locally dominant species in wet and dry sand dune slacks, on acid heaths and moorland and old sandpits or quarries. It is very variable in form, hairiness of leaves etc.

All names: Salix repens L.