A dwarf Willow which is suitable for troughs or any place in the rock garden. Each individual branch can be up to 30 cms in length, although the plant will get much wider if allowed. Leaves are pale apple green and around 2 cms long with obvious veination. The stems are a soft yellowish-brown in colour giving interest through the winter months. The whole plant tends to be extremely prostrate and indeed will almost hug the walls of troughs when allowed to trail down the edges.