and Timothy Hay
The climate here is ideal for willow plants - enough moisture (simply called
"rain" by some people) all year round, intermingled with periods of
glorious sunshine and blue sky, giving the willows what they need to
grow into lovely strong rods.
Willow trees ("withies") have for a long time been part of the local flora,
as is mirrored in local place names like "Withybush".
Besides being used for baskets of different types, lobster pots were
the main product manufactured from withies in this area.
Willow car made by
Sadly, the last willow grower has given up his
business several decades ago, his willow beds long
We are hoping to pick up the thread again and
once more produce willows in Pembrokeshire,
carrying on with the tradition.
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In the United States:
Ron & Bobbie Harrisons
Willow Dreams Farm
site in Kentucky!
Steen Madsen's beautiful website
Harri & Seija Viitanen's site.
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