Leaves are deciduous, simple, alternate, simple, oblanceolate to lanceolate, 3-4" long, about 3/4" wide, serrated margins, medium green upper surface, lower whitish color, at least early in the season. Stipules often present.
Flowers are dioecious, in clusters, or catkins, males are yellowish and mostly stamens, coming out slightly before the foliage.
Stems are yellow brown, flower buds larger that vegetative buds. Bark can be rough or smooth.
Other willows. Can't say this is my favorite group, so I don't know them all that well.
Mar Vista Dr. On the right hand side of the street before you reach the trailer park. You might find some at the nursery at the end of the street.