Nature Berguedà.

Flora - Trees and shrubs - Twill (Salix elaeagnos)

It is a shrub species that can reach heights of up to 6 meters, although typically has many low-rise Britain. It leaves an approximately 10 cm long, being narrow with a width of 0.3 to 1 cm, with no edges together underneath. These leaves are green on the roof of the front and the back of a white fluff. Usually colonize rivers where it is common in the rubble, especially in courses with a bed width and irregular arrangements. It is a species well adapted to withstand the attack of the avenues that can exploit water from deeper levels, so you do not need a very shallow water table.