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Re: Willow


Do you think bottom heat is necessary in this warm weather?  May try it anyhow.  Oh for the days when refrigerator tops were warm.


Barry Roth <barry_roth@YAHOO.COM> wrote:
You might also try bottom heat to encourage the little guys.


--- Sandy Connerley wrote:

> Thanks for the added information on white willow bark, Carolyn and Barry.
> The Garden Compass tea was for watering plants, but I do know people who
> actually drink the tea. And, my difficult cutting has been cut to the next
> node, dipped in this white willow bark powder and put in a mix of coarse
> vermiculite and finer grade perlite. We will see if it works the promised
> miracle.
> Sandy

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