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    Pussy Willows-not just dried for decoration

    Iron Bloomers
    Thu Apr 04, 2002 8:00 am
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    If you have a pussy willow bush you can take clippings once they have opened & place them in water. They will root very easily in about 3-4 weeks, let the roots grow a bit then into the ground & you will have another bush in no time at all. These grow very quickly & I find I have to shape mine almost yearly so I root the cuttings to make a property line hedge. I do put a collar around the new cuttings once I plant them until they get established as the deer & bunnies like to nibble on them. Time for me to clip as the fuzzy grey is now turning yellow soon to be followed by leaves.
    Wendy W88
    Thu Apr 04, 2002 8:04 am
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    Wow, Barb! I didn't know that! Thanks for posting your tips! I really enjoy reading them! I am learning a lot! I usually don't post or read in the Gardening section because the Everything Else takes a lot of time for me to go through as well as recipes, but this is really great and I think I will make a point to check it out every day!
    Dib's
    Thu Apr 04, 2002 8:56 am
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    Hey there-this also works for wheeping willows. You can also make "live" furniture out of the branches for a whimsical garden look. Di
    Iron Bloomers
    Thu Apr 04, 2002 9:00 am
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    Glad to share Wendy, I just picked up a great tip from Di, & we have fun here too! Kinda "down to earth" humor, if ya "dig" what I mean. lol
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    More coffee-e-e-e-e!
    Wendy W88
    Thu Apr 04, 2002 9:28 am
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    Toooooooooooooo funny!! Exactly what I need in the morning to wake me up, cause unfortunately, I don't drink coffee! LOVE the smell, but can't stand the taste! Thanks again, guys!
    Recipewrestler
    Thu Apr 04, 2002 3:03 pm
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    Oh, you guys, I love pussy willows and I can't grow them where I'm at. We always had them at the lake when I lived in Western Michigan. Now that I'm in the deep South I really miss pussy willows and lilacs. Enjoy them for me!
    Iron Bloomers
    Thu Apr 04, 2002 3:46 pm
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    I will, I promise. I grew up with them in New England then living in Virginia on the coast had to do without for so many years. They are my favorite too.
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