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“I filled the hole up with dirt again and put my pussywillow in it. then I used the hose to make a dryish mud all around the plant.”
“Nan Ondra had her black “pussywillow” pictured in her post and it reminded me I should have at least one salix in my garden too, seeing yours as well now.. so much I want and not enough room ?”
“It is a success with the use of the blood grass, creeping thymes giving form contrast and four large plants for substance and dimension, common pussywillow, coppiced, Aronia melanocarpa ‘Viking’ for its black berries and fall leaf color, Rosa ‘About Face’ for peach flower color and a self sown snakeroot, Ageratina altissima for fall presence and insect attraction.”
“I'm trying to egg some of the surviving trees into growing faster faster, pussywillow, kill kill kill! but my Druidic powers are weak at best.”
“It was surprisingly beautiful, a pale green wash with a sprig of pussywillow glancing up the middle.”
“Southward and eastward it spread, waiting only the opening of the first pussywillow and the showing of the first crocus to jump northward and meet the western advance there.”
“It seems very spring-like: the crocus are blooming, the grass is green, the pussywillow tree is all fuzzy … even the cherry blossoms are starting to open on the tree outside my clinic.”
“I could swear I see catkins on my pussywillow tree!”
“Trees yellow-new-green wetwashed bright from summerstorms of lightning-warmed rain and thunder hung over the street dipped in arty camera angles of French movies beautiful through colored filters - yellowhite, that narcissus/daffodil/Easter shine about the film quality of my dream on the boulevard that was only Sixth Avenue with the French bakery on the corner, the butterfly, warm croissants, buying Sunday papers and dark, new coffee, tulips and lilacs, peonies and iris, pussywillow for the sill of the white-washed French doors open all the Paris afternoon in my apartment over the Arch de Washington Square and the Champs d 'Bleecker Street.”
“- objects from nature tend to be very inviting, i.e. grapevine, pussywillow, pine cones (best for winter time), weathered wood, sisal rugs, wicker, interesting branches, dried flowers, potted plants;”
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