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Make your own willow basket - Sunday 17 May

Imagine a day spent in a peaceful hazel coppice, listening to the songs of melodious warblers flitting frantically amongst the trees; being brought home made cakes and cups of tea and enjoying the company of a small group of like-minded individuals, as you are driven half crazy by the frustration of trying to make a beautiful, even, round basket from just a few bits of willow. 196 more words

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Best kept plot all year round!!!

Yes, that is us out of around 142 plots, we take a bow.  Worth all the bad weather gardening to hear a committee member at the AGM describing a plot and thinking ‘wow that sounds just like our plot’. 163 more words

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Coppice in Hampshire

This is an area that volunteers and staff from National Trust have been coppicing over the last few months.  The area is known as a PAWS (Plantation on Ancient Woodland Sites).   95 more words

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Beanpoles and pea sticks from the local woods

Lower Woods is an ancient woodland that we’re lucky enough to live very close to. It’s got a vast amount of hazel coppice, and the woodsman sells the winter’s coppice products to gardeners. 155 more words

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Pruning Pussy Willows

The key to success in growing pussy willows as compact bushes for your landscaping lies in how you prune them:

•Pruning pussy willows controls their size — an important consideration in itself, since bushes with branches 20′ high will be difficult to harvest for their pussy willows in late winter. 374 more words

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Beanpole Day, 18th April

Hurray, another Sprint Mill event is coming. On Saturday 18th April from 1-5 we will be celebrating National Beanpole Week at the Mill.

We think that using locally coppiced pea sticks, beanpoles & stakes in your garden is the obvious choice. 240 more words

Spring at Willow Green Nursery - Lady Day and British Summer Time

Week beginning Monday 23rd March 2015.

The week began with a damp and drizzley Monday morning that was almost April-like. It is getting towards the end of the catkin season, and we have still had no reply to any of our emails to florists. 505 more words

Horticultural Nursery In Cheshire