Vascular Plants - Salicaceae - Salix:
Salix hookeriana
Page Author: David Giblin
dune willow, coastal willow 
Blooms: March-April
Habit: tree,shrub
Duration: perennial
Origin: Native
Conservation Status: Abundant; of no concern.

Distribution: Chiefly west of the Cascades in Washington; British Columbia south to California.
Habitat: Moist, often swamps areas, from the sea coast to mid-elevations in the mountains.
Accepted Name:
Salix hookeriana Barratt ex Hook.
Synonyms:
Salix amplifolia Coville
Salix hookeriana Barratt ex Hook. var. laurifolia J.K. Henry
Salix hookeriana Barratt ex Hook. var. tomentosa J.K. Henry ex Schneid.
Salix piperi Bebb

Treated in Flora of the PNW as:
Salix hookeriana, Salix piperi
Additional Resources:

PNW Herbaria Specimens: View list of all Salix hookeriana specimens in the Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria database.

WTU Herbarium Specimens: View list of Salix hookeriana specimens in the WTU Herbarium database.

Washington Flora Checklist: Salix hookeriana treatment.

E-Flora BC: Salix hookeriana atlas page.

CalPhotos: Salix hookeriana images.

USDA Plants Database: Salix hookeriana.
Additional photographs of Salix hookeriana:
(click on a thumbnail to view larger photo)

Clayton J. Antieau, 1991

Ben Legler, 2003

Ben Legler, 2003

Ben Legler, 2003

Ben Legler, 2004

Jim Riley

Bud Kovalchik

Bud Kovalchik

Bud Kovalchik

Bud Kovalchik

Bud Kovalchik

G. D. Carr, 2007

G. D. Carr, 2007

G. D. Carr, 2008

G. D. Carr, 2008

G. D. Carr, 2008

G. D. Carr, 2008

Clayton J. Antieau, 2008

G. D. Carr, 2010

G. D. Carr, 2010

G. D. Carr, 2010

G. D. Carr, 2010

G. D. Carr, 2010

G. D. Carr, 2010

Susan McDougall, 2007

Susan McDougall, 2014

Susan McDougall, 2014
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