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    Willow garden trellis

    Sun Apr 07, 2002 1:41 pm
    Forum Host
    I went to the coolest class yesterday: It was held at our local Nature Center and taught us how to make our own garden trellis out of "sand bar willow" - tooooo fun!
    We had to go out into the swamps (knee-hi rubber boots required!) and harvest our own stalks - then to an outdoor work area to hammer and nail. I came home with a six-foot albatross that I am (OK - yes) kinda proud of. NOW I need a new clematis vine!
    Sun Apr 07, 2002 9:55 pm Groupie
    Hey there-unless you want it to root you will want to seal the bottom and up the wood to around 5 or 6 inches-rather like that live willow furniture I was talking about-bet you made a beauty!!! Di icon_wink.gif
    Mon Apr 08, 2002 11:54 am
    Forum Host
    Thanks, Di - yeah, they told us that at the workshop, but I *did* grab some extra stalks to take home (with permission, of course!). I plan to just stick them in the ground around the pond and let 'em rip! Do you think they will take? Soil is wet & claylike.
    Wed Apr 10, 2002 9:56 am Groupie
    Hey there-they will take-dont worry about that-just watch for runners next year so that you dont get a thicket. Have fun. Di
    Wed Apr 10, 2002 12:27 pm
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    Thanks, Di!
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