We used to try to root the willow branches used during the Succot holiday, and if any took root we'd plant them. A nice strong one was planted by the front door, since it needs water, and it's an easy location to water. Yes,
One Purim, we suddenly noticed something very peculiar. The willow was blooming, but willows don't bloom. They're either green or dead-looking. Apparently, some almonds had been "dumped" there, and one took root and is now a tree entangled in the dwarfed willow!
And the song, click: Heichal HaNegina: SAVED BY A PURIM SONG.
Chag Purim Sameach!
Have a wonderful Purim!