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Alternate Leaf Dogwood American Hazelnut American Highbush Cranberry Beach Plum Buttonbush Common Winterberry Holly Grapes, Native Gray Dogwood Nannyberry Ninebark Northern Arrowwood Northern Bayberry Northern Wild Raisin Pussy Willow Red-osier Dogwood Silky Dogwood Virginia Rose Wetlands Rose Yellow-Osier Dogwood Click here for a pdf of the Spring 2018 catalog.

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These fuzzy little catkins are hardy, native, wetland plants which thrive in zones 4-8 and are very easy to propagate and grow.

Read on to learn how to grow pussy willows that will be enjoyed for many springs to come.

It is important to note that pussy willows are wetland plants that prefer full sun, so be sure to choose a location with these conditions for optimum growth.

When established, pussy willow trees will grow to have invasive roots, so it is best to avoid planting near septic tanks or sewer and water lines.

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When the pussy willow stems have produced roots that are a few inches long and abundant (about 2-3 weeks), plant them in a pot with rich, clean potting soil with a handful of peat mixed in. When the danger of a frost has passed, plant outside.

If you prefer to begin rooting inside, simply add water to an indoor pussy willow arrangement and the branches will begin to sprout roots.

Pussy willows produce a natural rooting chemical which is beneficial to other plant cuttings as well.

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