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    By cutting willow branches and planting them, you can form them into structures and they keep on living!

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    • Wynn Grass

      Living Willow Structures. Plant willow branches, allowing them to root. I was torn, because this should also go in 'Dream Home', and 'Gardening Ideas'.

    • Jenni Doss

      Living Willow Structures~I never knew you could take a willow branch, push it in the ground and it will take root. Amazing things you can build that are living!

    • Cassie Cobb

      Living Willow Structures. Use long, large, living willow rods and push them into the ground where they will self-root. The willow rods are woven to create structures such as this outdoor living room! To learn more visit: http://englishbasketrywillows.com/Hamptons/enter.htm

    • izabella szuromi

      We love this Llving willow outdoor living room. More Living Willow Structures by Bonnie Gale - http://www.livingwillow.info/projects/

    • Pertho

      Living Willow structure - wide shot. By cutting willow branches and planting them, you can form them into structures and they keep on living.

    • Kittina Moonwalker

      Willow trees are such an amazing creature. You can make beautiful living willow structures for...

    • T B

      What do think of this outdoor "living" room! It's made from living willow tree branches

    • Deanna Chattaway

      rounded outdoor room project- living willow trees sculpted into a gazebo!

    • Rachel Maddix

      living willow structure.....with some outdoor space and imagination

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