Canastota - 20 inch Cutting

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Canastota (Salix sachalinensis x miyabeana) is an aesthetically appealing shrub willow producing high-yields of multiple small stems. This is a disease resistant variety and its upright growth habit allows for repeat harvesting every 3 to 4 years.


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Fact Sheet

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USDA Hardiness Zone 4
Year Released 1999
Willow Uses Biomass
Attributes Canastota (Salix sachalinensis x miyabeana) is an aesthetically appealing shrub willow producing high-yields of multiple small stems. This is a disease resistant variety and its upright growth habit allows for repeat harvesting every 3 to 4 years.
Mature Height 15-20 feet
Mature Width 3-5 ft crown spread at 3 years when grown at 2 x 3 ft spacing
Growth Rate "Canastota is a rapid growing variety."
Conditions Adaptable to a wide range of soil and moisture conditions.
Foliage Green oblong leaves, typically 3.5-5 in. long, 0.5 to 1 in. wide with foliage April-Oct in Zone 5
Bark Grey-Orange when young, turning yellow-green with slightly cracked bark with age; dark red dormant buds in winter
Flowering Male, early spring
Polination No seeds produced
Propagation Roots easily from dormant stem cuttings
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