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Re: pictures....

I also love that honeysuckle!  Which honeysuckle is it?  I'd like to 
find out if it is invasive here- if not I'd love to find some to climb 
up my light pole.


P.S.  Those don't look like bees, more like hornets.

Pam Evans wrote:

>I love that honeysuckle!  Very nice, not invasive, pretty and the
>hummers love it.  Have you seen any on yours?   Wild about those bees.
> That's pretty amazing.....
>On 8/25/05, Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>>Posted a few pictures that I took the other day....
>>Pam you will be surprised, the plant you sent last year lived!
>>Guys, got a picture for you too....
>>And curious if another plant is worth the trouble to save, as in how common
>>is it?...
>>And Vera... come get your bees!
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