Coastal plain willow

The only willow that naturally occurs in south Florida is Salix caroliniana, a wide-ranging species found throughout the southeastern US . Willows in south Florida barely lose their leaves in December before the catkin inflorescences (female above, male below) appear and the new crop of leaves burst forth.
Coastal plain willows are small trees growing in hydric habitats. Like most hardwood species, willows are capable of sprouting back after fire.
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