Inspired by a reading of Peter Wohlleben’s book: The Hidden Life of Trees
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The colour of catkins.
And the colour of maleness.
Besides their male counterparts, the flowers of femaleness have to make-do with the second best – with an apparel of dull green.
It wouldn’t do at all for a mere female willow to out-do the attractiveness of the male.
Unless the bees have a love-at-first-sight attraction to the male, as far as the pollination of the female is concerned, all will be lost.
The colour of the rays of a Crayola sun.
Colours that burn and deter, or colours that draw one in to a first course?
Dull green – only good for afters?
Good for afters?
Why even ask? This lady is clearly at the forefront of anyone’s wish list!
So why wait for the pudding (i.e. run, now, whilst you still can!)?
Copyright owned by Jay Cool, April 2019
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N.B. To find out more about the mating habits of male and female willow trees, Jay Cool recommends that you read ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’ by Peter Wohlleben.
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