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Anyone have a pic of a large, unpruned pussy willow)?

Posted by njbiology Zone 7(/6b); NJ (My Page) on
Sun, May 11, 08 at 22:24

Hi,

I'd like to see how a large, unpruned Pussy Willow (Salix discolor) growing looks - could someone take a pic if you have one around your house?

Thanks,

Steve


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RE: Anyone have a pic of a large, unpruned pussy willow)?

Don't have any pic's of my own but the attached link might help.

Here is a link that might be useful: fact sheet


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RE: Anyone have a pic of a large, unpruned pussy willow)?

There are a few 40+ year old willows on the family homestead... I will take a bunch of picture and post them if you are still interested.


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RE: Anyone have a pic of a large, unpruned pussy willow)?

Trooper,

I would really appreciate pictures of those. To this day, I've still been searching for one - I found a somewhat more mature one finally, but that 40+ set of pussywillows (not black or other willow, right?) would be great to finally help me understand some specific details pertaining to their growth habit.

Thanks!
Steve


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