I have a beautiful twisted willow in my garden. It’s also known as a corkscrew willow because of its twisting, spiralling banches. It is a great architectural plant to have in a garden as it offers a lot of interest throughout the year. A particular feature of it are the catkins that appear early in the spring that I absolutely love.
(This post is part of Photo Project 52, a photography challenge where we post a picture every week in 2012. Click here to see all my other entries.)