We were blown away when we saw these simply beautiful Living Willow sculptures - combining fabulous designs with easy care gardening, for amazing garden impact.
Superb as a garden feature plant, each sculpture is hand-made, so varies slightly form pot to pot, from living, but dormant Willow stems, skilfully woven into stunning designs. Once planted inot the pot, they begin to root away, and then in Spring produce a crown of leaves on top. The overall effect of a stunning trunk effect, and leaves on top creates a magical look.
Grow them on into larger pots, or plant direct into the ground, over a number of years, the individual stems gradually grow into each other and merge into one exotic lattice trunk.
They are reasonably straight forward to care for over rmany years. Cut back top growth hard in early Spring, then try to shape 2 or 3 times in Summer. Remove any leaves that occasionally appear on the bare stems.
NB: Heights quoted are height of stems above pot, before leaves grow.
When the willow is first planted you canít water it enough! Keep well watered until it has formed a good clump of root.