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  Salix myricoides Muhl. var. myricoides image
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Family Salicaceae
Salix myricoides Muhl. var. myricoides
bayberry willow, blue-leaf willow
Salix: Latin name for the willow and meaning "to leap or spring" in reference to its fast growth
myricoides: with leaves like Vaccinium myrtillus
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Status: Native
Plant: perennial shrub

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Flora of North America (off site)
Salix cordata Muhl. var. glaucophylla Bebb
Salix cordata Muhl. var. myricoides (Muhl.) J.Carey
Salix glaucophylloides Fernald
Salix glaucophylla (Bebb) Bebb
Salix glaucophylla (Bebb) Bebb var. angustifolia Bebb
Salix glaucophylloides Fernald var. brevifolia (Bebb) C.R.Ball
Salix glaucophylla (Bebb) Bebb var. brevifolia Bebb
Salix glaucophylloides Fernald var. glaucophylla (Bebb) C.K.Schneid.
Salix glaucophylla (Bebb) Bebb var. latifolia Bebb
Salix myricoides (Muhl.) J.Carey

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