SX64 - 20 inch Cutting

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SX64 (Salix miyabeana) is a high-yielding, disease resistant shrub willow. This fast growing, deciduous shrub produces multiple small diameter stems. SX64 produces foliage from April through October in Zone 5. It’s green oblong leaves and potential to reach between 15 to 20 feet tall make it a popular variety for ornamental plantings as well as biomass plantings.


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USDA Hardiness Zone 4
Year Released N/A
Willow Uses Biomass, Ornamental
Attributes SX64 (Salix miyabeana) is a high-yielding, disease resistant shrub willow. This fast growing, deciduous shrub produces multiple small diameter stems. SX64 produces foliage from April through October in Zone 5. It’s green oblong leaves and potential to reach between 15 to 20 feet tall make it a popular variety for ornamental plantings as well as biomass plantings.
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 SX64 is adaptable to a wide range of soil and moisture conditions.
Foliage Green oblong leaves, typically 3-3.5 in. long, 0.5 to 1 in. wide with foliage April-Oct in Zone 5
Bark 3 Year old stem is green with slightly cracking bark and raised lenticels
Flowering Male, early spring
Polination Viable pollen produced in early spring
Propagation Roots easily from dormant stem cuttings
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