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Sep 07, Bamboo. There are two plants referred to as Flamingo tree - one is Salix hakuro nishiki and the other is Acer negundo 'flamingo'. If your plant is the latter, then you can prune it now. If its the Salix, then it needs trimming back in spring, after the catkins have gone, or late April/early May, depending on how cold it is.

7 Sep, Apr 06, Dappled Japanese willow tree blooms with yellow catkins in the early spring. Depending upon which rootstock you purchase, flamingo willows (Salix integra) may be either a tree or shrub. ‘Standard’ rootstock develops into a tree that will attain heights of about 15 feet ( m.) tall and as wide. When it is sold as a shrub, it must be pruned Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.

emphasis when pruning young trees. As trees mature, the aim of pruning will shift to maintaining tree structure, form, health and appearance.

Proper pruning cuts are made at a node, the point at which one branch or twig attaches to another. In the spring of the year growth begins at buds, and twigs grow until a new node is formed. The length of File Size: KB. Jun 25, Weeping willow (Salix babylonica), is fast-growing, medium-to-large tree often planted around bodies of water.; Pussy willow (Salix discolor), is a classic willow shrub that is considerably larger than flamingo is often grown for its decorative catkins.

Rosegold pussy willow (Salix gracilistyla) is similar to S. discolor, but has catkins that turn pinkish, then Botanical Name: Salix integra 'Flamingo'. Nov 04, Pruning flamingo willow. by Laidback Gardener. November 4, 7. Gardening Grafting Shrubs Trees. The Flamingo Willow is a unique form of the dappled willow, Salix integra.

It grows in Japan, Korea, and northeastern China, as well as in the far southeast of Russia. In the Dutch botanist Harry van de Laar was in Japan, and he found a unique plant, with tri.