Fig. 123. — White Willow (Salix alba). Staminate catkins. Photographed by Lovell.
keeper will not be able to prolit from the bloom dotting the cut-over lands. (Fig. 126.)
Willow-herb is common in the maritime provinces of Canada; in Quebec; in Ontario, particularly in the Rainy River district, and on the clay lands; also around Lake Temiskaming; in Manitoba, especially around Lake Winnipeg and in the low