Growing willow on the Somerset Levels for close to 100 years, Musgrove Willows offers a variety of willow courses and products to clients across the world. Musgrove Willows produces willow without the use of bleaches, fossil fuels, or dyes. Musgrove Willows has been passed down through the family, and the company now operates almost 70 acres of willow growing land, resulting in more than 50 different types of willow. Musgrove Willows is a member of Basketmakers Southwest and the Basket Makers Association and distributes willow and willow products primarily to Ireland but also as far as New Zealand. Musgrove Willows distributes a variety of products including willow, willow fencing, garden structures, bamboo, cane, seagrass, books, tools, sundries, lantern and craft willow, wet strength tissue, DIY willow kits, living willow, willow wicker baskets, and artists' willow charcoal. In addition to their variety of products, Musgrove Willows provides a range of willow weaving courses during the year at its farm. Finally, the company has a number of guides on the website to help individuals with willow planting, soaking, processing, steaming, and a variety of other willow-related topics.