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Re: Re:(iris)CULT:WillowWater

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re:(iris)CULT:WillowWater
  • From: "David Ferguson" <manzano57@msn.com>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2004 13:47:05 -0600
  • Seal-send-time: Sat, 4 Sep 2004 13:47:05 -0600

Don't know a recipe, but it is a folk method of rooting cuttings.  I would do a search on line along those lines, perhaps something like 'willow rooting cuttings', and see what comes up.  I think it just involves mashing, grinding, or chopping willow and boiling it in water.  But, I might be wrong.

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