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Catkin of Green Alder Alnus viridis. A cross section of a female pussy willow, with the carpels arranged around the central axis.

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Once the ovules inside the carpels have been fertilized, the willow seeds begin to form. The petals, or in many cases the sepals lilies for exampleare the advertising that plants employ to attract insects. But, nearly all willows, as well as some other mabitoba in this plant family, have furry little "flower buds" - what people usually refer to as "pussy willows" - arranged along their branches and stems.

The soft, silvery hairs that we see are the " fur coat " that helps to keep the developing reproductive parts warm.

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Remember, pussy willows emerge in early spring when it's still quite cold. The anther produces the pollen, roughly equivalent to "sperm" in animals, with ificant differences, as with the ovules. Thus, a typical flower has both male and female reproductive organs together in the same structure though they usually require pollen from another plant's flower for fertilization to occur. As I mentioned pussy, a pussy willow is a catkin, a tightly bunched arrangement of stamens or carpels.

If you enjoyed learning about Pussy Willows here's some other spring flora features you might enjoy:. Note that Manitoba Maple is considered toxic manitoba horses.

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Pussy Willow is a large shrub or small tree that produces catkins that are soft, silky, and silvery before leaves manotoba in the spring. They are not the easiest group to deal with, and I'm no expert at telling all the different species of willows apart. The stigma is the receptacle for pollen.

Then there are plants, like willows, that have separate sexes, just as manitoba do. Insects, attracted by the flower and the reward of pollen and nectar to be had, serve the plants by transferring pollen from one flower to another, thus fertilizing or cross-pollinating the ovules of other members of that plant species. Each carpel, there may be several or many per "flower", consists of a stigma, style and ovary.

And pussy, to us, is the most attractive stage in the pussy willow is actually very early on in the emergence of the catkin. My mother always threw out the pussy willows when the yellow pollen started falling all over the place. Most of what people see and think of as pussy willows are, in fact, the male flowering parts, or male catkins.

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These and plants possessing the more typical "male and female together" flowers are referred to as monoecious in one house. Bees and flies are readily pusey to pussy willows in full bloom. Although, I have to admit that part of wanting to do this was to avoid having to get into willow taxonomy and identification.

And this brings us back to our original topic. Instead, they rely on insects for pollination, despite having less than gaudy flowers. There is one particular species of plant called the "pussy willow". Manitoba willow are important to native pollinators each spring as they have higher amounts of pollen and nectar early each growing season when other food sources are scarce. This shrub will require occasional maintenance and upkeep, and is best pruned in pussy winter once the threat of extreme cold has passed.

Salix discolor or Salix spp. This pussy willow prefers moist to wet soil. Back manitoba Pussy Willows Of course, having just explained what a typical flower is all about, now we have to discuss pussy willows, which do not conform to manktoba typical nature of a flower. They have male flowers on "male" plants and female flowers on "female" plants.

The willow flowers are fully " open " when the yellow pollen-bearing anthers are protruding and the stigmas are visible. Think of a cob of corn, and think of each anther, or carpel, as one kernel on the cob. Open catkin mqnitoba Trembling Aspen. This essay is an exploration of the general nature of reproduction in willows, with apologies to those purists that might object to my non-technical use of the phrase "pussy willow".

The pointy leaves do not develop any appreciable fall colour. Landscape Attributes Pussy Willow is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with a more or less rounded form.

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Close relatives of the willows, the poplars Populus spp. They all have flowers in the form of catkins also called "aments". Most people don't distinguish between "pussy willow", the plant and puswy willow", the phenomenon of willow flowering in the spring. Flower Structure The typical "flower" of a dicotyledonous angiosperm sorry, but that is the required term!

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Pussy willow is the common name for Salix discolor, a member of the willow family, the Salicaceae. The female parts of a flower are the carpels collectively known as the gynoecium - "house of woman".

That's maitoba pussy willow, a dense corn cob of anthers, or carpels. Each anther, or carpel, has its own attending silvery hairs, that viewed altogether, when the flower is still young, present the attractive pussy willow we all know. The carpels and the stamens are the true reproductive pusssy of the flower. Its average texture blends into the landscape, but can be balanced by one or two finer or coarser trees or shrubs for an effective composition.

When the seeds are mature the capsules break open and myri of tiny seeds, each with tufts of white hairs are released. Pusxy typical flowerwild rose Rosa arkansana.

A catkin is defined as a scaly spike of flowers of one sex only. Bye for now. Catkin "pussy willow" of a related plant, Trembling Aspen Populus tremuloides In Manitoba there are about 30 native plant puwsy belonging to the willow family: 5 kinds of poplars Genus: Populus and around 20 kinds of willows Genus: Salix.