Index


Introduction


How to grow Willow from Cuttings


Living Willow Structures


Kits for Living Willow Structures

Teachers & Parents ordering for SCHOOLS


Description of Willow Varieties


Prices of Cuttings and Long Whips


How to Order


Order Form


How to make a Wigwam


How to make a Playhouse/Bower


More Willow

On-line shop


ALSO :


Ideas For Fedges


Ideas for Structures using Cuttings


Ideas for 'Sculptures'

Salix Alba Vitellina

(Golden Willow)

Salix Alba Britzensis (Coral bark willow)

Salix Daphnoides Aglaia

(Violet Willow)

Salix Fragilis

(Crack Willow)

"Red bush willow"

photographed

in November

Below:

Salix 'Candida' showing catkin growth in April and leaf  growth in early summer.

Photographs of some of our different Willow Varieties


For some of the varieties

the pictures can make the descriptions so much clearer.


We hope that the following photographs will be of help if you are trying to decide upon varieties.


We will include

more photographs when we have them available.

All 4 of our brightest coloured willows together.

From left to right Salix Alba Vitellina, Salix Britzensis,

Salix Daphnoides Aglaia and Salix Fragilis

Salix Tortuosa (Corkscrew willow)

photographed

in February

LIVING  WILLOW

Offering willow grown in Northamptonshire.
From Willows Nursery, Walgrave, Northampton, NN6  9QA.

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