Ten dried branches of willow catkins, nice branches from Dutch soil. Each bunch of natural willow catkins has 10 branches of 70 centimetres. Ordered quickly, delivered quickly. Read more.
Bring spring into your home with this bunch of willow catkins. Willow catkins are cute spring branches from Dutch growers derived from the willow. The branches can be used as fresh branches and dried flowers and you will recognise them by the soft, natural dots attached to the knots of the branches. Mix the natural willow catkins with fresh tulips for a beautifully made flower bouquet or mix them with long dried flowers of about 70 centimetres.
Willow catkins refers to the flowering catkins of willow trees (genus Salix). They are the male flowers of the willow that appear in early spring before the leaves unfold. Willow catkins have a characteristic fluffy and soft appearance, which makes them popular in decorative applications, especially in floral arrangements and dried-flower arrangements.
The colour and size of willow catkins vary depending on the willow species. They can be silvery white, yellowish green or pink in colour. Willow catkins consist of numerous small flowers growing closely together along a long, hanging catkin structure.
Willow catkins can be used both fresh and dried. Fresh, they can be added to bouquets and floral arrangements to give texture and a touch of softness. Dried willow catkins retain their fluffy appearance and can be used in dried-flower arrangements or as decorative elements in the home.To dry willow catkins, hang them in a dry, well-ventilated room. Make sure the catkins are tied together in a bundle and hung upside down, so they dry evenly. Or, you buy them dried naturally, from MyFlowers.Willow catkins add a charming and natural look to decorative arrangements and are a favourite choice for celebrating the arrival of spring.