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Pussy Willow is a classic plant that brightens up indoor spaces in late winter. It has a long traditional association with Easter and spring, as the fat, fuzzy buds quickly sprout into large, bright-yellow bottle-brush flowers when cut branches are brought indoors.

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The term Octave of Easter refers to the eight-day period in Eastertide that starts on Easter Sunday and concludes with the Sunday following Easter. The Octave Day of Easter refers only to that day.

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Slavic and Russian churches usually use pussy willows because that is what is available in those areas. They have become so traditional that the day gets called “Willow Sunday,” and Great Russians who live where palms grow wild will import pussy willow branches for this day.

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Information on the customs and traditions surrounding Palm Sunday, the sixth and last Sunday of Lent and beginning of Holy Week.

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Agriculture: Willows produce a modest amount of nectar from which bees can make honey, and are especially valued as a source of early pollen for bees.Poor people at one time often ate willow catkins that had been cooked to form a mash.