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willow leaves

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Leaf: Simple, alternate on stem. Black willows have very narrow leaves with finely toothed margins and are shiny green on both sides. Peachleaf willows have long, pointed, lance-shaped leaves with finely toothed margins that are whitish underneath and borne on long, slender, somewhat twisted stems. For more information see
Willow leaves