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Trimmings from yellow-twig dogwood used to make hoops in these pots. Clever!


“Some people are so much sunshine to the square inch.” ― Walt Whitman

Corkscrew Willow One Quart Pot/SPRING (Salix matsudana ‘Tortuosa’) Beloved by florists and flower arrangers the Corkscrew Willow is also a great landscape choice for soggy spots with full sun. It can grow rapidly to 30 tall’ x 15’ wide. Roots can be invasive. Don’t put willows near a septic system!


This is QT's Gold Mastercard, aka MC!!! He is an American Paint Horse and lives at Secret Hills Ranch in Alpine Ca.


looks like the corkscrew willow I have out back... must make this from trimmings

Another fine Jacob Sheep ram. These are called Jacob Sheep because they are spotted like the sheep and goats in the story of Jacob's dealing with Laban in the Book of Genesis. This ram has curly horns like the ram caught in the thicket in the story of the Binding of Isaac.