Oneida - 20 inch Cutting

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Oneida (Salix purpurea x S. miyabeana) is a versatile willow variety. It has an upright, rapid growth habit. Its disease resistance and aesthetically pleasing appearance makes it an excellent choice in shrub willow. Oneida is high yielding and can be harvested every 3 to 4 years.


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USDA Hardiness Zone 4
Year Released 1999
Willow Uses Biomass
Attributes Oneida (Salix purpurea x S. miyabeana) is a versatile willow variety. It has an upright, rapid growth habit. Its disease resistance and aesthetically pleasing appearance makes it an excellent choice in shrub willow. Oneida is high yielding and can be harvested 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 Rapid growing
Conditions Adaptable to a wide range of soil and moisture conditions.
Foliage Green oblong leaves, typically 3-4.5 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 cracking bark and red lenticels with age; dark red buds in winter
Flowering Male, early spring
Polination No seeds produced
Propagation Roots easily from dormant stem cuttings
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