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    Hi folks, Does anyone in this group know if Diamond Willow grows in the great state of AZ?? Thanks for any help.........

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    Not that I know of,...believe it only grows way up north! : :-/

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      Muffy,
      I'm not sure if it's an old wives tale or reality, but I've always been told that Diamond willow grows where there is enough really cold weather to freeze/snap off sucker growth to a branch--thus the diamonds are formed.

      Whatever causes it, it sure is a cool way to do a walking stick.

      Donna T

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        Maybe we should move our government to Mina So Ta!! might freeze off a few suckers there, you think? lol oops, that would be leaches! does it work the same? : :-*

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          Hey Dave,
          You got that right....I'm afraid there are no diamonds (in the rough or otherwise) to be found in our government....so sad.
          Donna T

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            For Hi Ho Silver, Your quite a writter. I live in the state as far north as you can go, and just about as cold as it gets and the diamond willow is nowhare to be seen. Thats ok folks , I thank you all for comeback info anyway. muffy.........

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