Salix daiseniensis is
a dioecious deciduous tree to shrub in hilly or mountainous regions,
with dark gray barks. Leaves are of alternate phyllotaxis; blades
measure 8-14cm long, 2.5-5cm wide, in the shape of a long-oblong,
with 1-2cm long petioles and wavy serrations on margins. Flowers
come out simultaneously with the development of leaves; male
inflorescences are 2.5cm long, with no pedicels. Female ones measure
3-5cm, with ovaries with pedicels. Bloom time: Late March.