Salix miyabeana

Salix miyabeana is grown in our willow beds at Lakeshore Willows for large living willow projects, furniture making and dry woven willow fence.



  • A very large tree up to 50' or large shrub if coppiced
  • Rods are green turning reddish brown later in season

Growth Habit

A very large tree up to 50' when not coppiced

A large shrub when coppiced


Works well for large living willow projects, rings and frames for large baskets, bentwood furniture and dry woven fences

IMPORTANT NOTE FROM LENE: I am not a horticulturist and the information provided for each willow variety is based on my observations growing and using the willows here at Lakeshore Willows. The information about growth habit is quoted from Christopher Newsholme's book: Willows, The Genus Salix.

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