Growing Cricket Bats in Australia

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Willow

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WillowBlue English Willow

 

Willow Blue English Willow (Salix Alba Caerulea) grows by absorbing carbon dioxide from the air and converts it to plant tissue through the process of photosynthesis


The real fact of the matter is... while others talk of doing something for the environment we have done it.


Our Plantations are: sustainable, renewable, socio-economic and are storing hundreds of tonnes of carbon annually.

 
Willow Blue English Willow

GRADE 1: 


6 PLUS straight grains with natural colour guaranteeing rebound and lasting qualities, no specks or blemishes and can come with some butterfly stain

 
Greater density for better rebound performance

GRADE 2


6 PLUS straight grains with colour some specks or blemishes can come with Butterfly stain


Greater lasting qualities

GRADE 3: 


6 PLUS grains mostly colour with can come with butterfly or tiger stain

WillowBlue English Willow on Ball