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Willow is very satisfying to work with and lends itself to making rustic screens, structures and supports for a beautiful natural look. No special tools needed!

How to Make Willow Structures for Your Garden

Willow structures make very useful and attractive features in a garden. They can be used to edge beds, screen off unsightly parts of the garden, or even be used as fencing.
In this short video we demonstrate how to make a simple willow hurdle, step by step.
How to Make Willow Structures for Your Garden
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