Salix commutata

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Undergreen Willow (Salix commutata): Densely branching shrub between 3-6ft tall

Collections in ARCTOS from the Glacier Bay north and west on the mainland. One collection from the BC side of the border near Hyder.

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Other References

  • Muller: N; gravelly areas, along rivers
  • Hall 2010: "Northern half of southeastern Alaska... Coastal in SE Alaska, pioneering species on glacil moraine and rocky slopes in alpine tundra, also gravelly beaches, willow thickets and bogs. Common."

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