The Salix genus consists of about 300 species, ranging from the majestic tree to the humble creeping plant and boasts an astounding variety of shapes and colours.

In 2000 I established Salix, a small centre where I grow and experiment with willow, both as a material for weaving structures and as an ornamental plant. As I work with my willows I find it immensely satisfying to have mastered techniques that have been in use for hundreds of years. I started out making small baskets, and today I use the skills I have acquired to create ornamental structures for gardens.

Anna Patrucco


Winter 2019 : Salix organize courses on willow structures.

  • The Castle Garden

    The Castle Garden

    Our woven structures in the medieval garden of Palazzo Madama in Turin.
  • Hurdles


    Dividers, windbreaks, cachepots, gates, straight or arched doorways can be entirely woven or in bands. These are our principal products.
  • Edging Hurdles

    Edging Hurdles

    These can be used to create flower beds, vegetable gardens, planters, or to define existing borders.
  • Boules


    When somebody asks me “What are the boules used for?”
  • Shows 2019

    We will exhibit at next following Flower Shows :


    Verde Grazzano

    Grazzano Visconti (PC)

    link 09/20/2019

    Orticolario 2019

    Cernobbio - Villa Erba Oct 4th -6th 2018

    link 09/19/2019

    Flor Autunno 2019

    Torino - Via Carlo Alberto 12 -13 Ottobre

    link 09/18/2019

    Tre Giorni per il Giardino - Autunno

    Masino Castle (Turin) - Oct 18-20

    link 09/17/2019