Salix fargisii ‘Flame’
Orange Twig Willow
This woody shrub makes its best show in the cold months of winter. After a good fall display of golden leaves, the yellow green twigs turn a deep pumpkin orange as the temperature drops. Looks best when backdropped by dark green conifers or other dark objects, but still shines brightly when placed alone.
Full sun. Average soils. Height 3′. Spread 6’. Cut to ground each spring as new shoots give the best color. Zones 4-9.