Black willow

This was hard one to identify because it wasn’t in the bark book. They were clearly planted in between pines, along a neighboring office building’s parking lot. The tip-off was the bright yellow branches that slightly swooped. This guide helped narrow down which willow family it belonged to. Apparently it’s the only one in this […]

This was hard one to identify because it wasn’t in the bark book. They were clearly planted in between pines, along a neighboring office building’s parking lot. The tip-off was the bright yellow branches that slightly swooped.

This guide helped narrow down which willow family it belonged to. Apparently it’s the only one in this part of Vermont.
https://www.inaturalist.org/guide_taxa/16472