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9 hours ago, Beardie said:

Since when did willows have opposite nodes?

Leaves look a little like grey/goat hybrid but as you say not alternate .

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9 hours ago, Beardie said:

Since when did willows have opposite nodes?

Since they came from Japan?

 

If you google pictures of my suggestion the nodes are opposite. However, my suggestion was/is just an educated guess - other suggestions welcome. The leaves look too short in the first pic posted but as far as I could tell Salix integra seems to be fairly variable in its leaves.

 

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I thought that at first; I thought pic 1 was Euonymus fortunei and pic 2 a willow.

But pic 3 seems to show both in the crown.

 

I'm leaning towards a garden cultivar of willow too; the top growth looks strong enough for it.

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