willow season has now finished, and we are not supplying any more
until the harvesting season begins again in November/December.
If you would like a reminder to put in your order at the start of the
new season please
email us with a request to be put on our Harvest Alert list.
We will be holding
an Open Day during the month of October, when the willows are looking their
best. Please email us for details, and we can put you on our
We grow willows in one of
the most beautiful parts of Britain - the
of Pembrokeshire, offering online supplies of willow cuttings and rods
for short rotation coppicing as fuel for your woodburner, bee fodder,
living structures like outdoor wicker furniture, domes and tunnels for
individuals or community projects - also easy to be built in your
school or kindergarten.
We also manufacture willow pet toys for rabbits and rodents.
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.
A willow car made by
Sadly, the last willow
grower has given up his business several decades ago, his willow beds
long ago abandoned.
We are here to pick up the thread again and once more produce willows
in Pembrokeshire, carrying on with the tradition.
The Weidenschloss ("Willow Castle")
in Bremerhaven, Germany
- a large communal living willow project.
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Willow Sculpture and Basketry books
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