A lot of calculators assume that you should use an extra 10% whole hops compared to pellet hops. In reality, you probably don't need to, and can just use the same amount as you would pellets. It depends of course on the ripeness and alpha acids, but assuming your hops smell awesome and aren't super bright green when picked, they're ripe and you can use them like pellets... but might want to use a hop bag if you didn't before with pellets, as there will be a lot more hop matter.
Willamette hops are beautifully floral, and great for pretty much any styles OTHER than IPA and pale ale. I use them for lagers and English styles, great for that kind of stuff, also in Belgians. Time to brew some other styles!