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Re: Lonicera fragrantissima


Yessssssss. Ya know...I've been known to do that. Out in the country
where I live, you can tell that an old house/farmstead was there and is
long gong because there is still a concrete slab or a cellar. When the
daffodils came up, I would dig up a few because they need to be thinned
out anyway or they stop blooming. I've cut old roses the same way and
started new plants. And let me tell ya...the forsythia bushes around
here are like rabbits...they just keep sending out runners all over the
place.

   
  

Zemuly Sanders <zemuly@comcast.net> wrote:
  I could likely visit the "mother" plant again and remove some more suckers. 

zem
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jesse Bell" 
To: 
Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2008 1:42 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Lonicera fragrantissima


> WOW...if you ever get crazy and feel like sharing some of that winter
> honeysuckle...I would be glad to take some off of your hands. It's about
> this time in the winter when I am staring out at the bleakness of an
> Oklahoma winter, and long for a flower or scent of one.....
>
>
> Today I ordered some small herb seeds (creeping thyme, miniature basil)
> so I can plant them at my desk at work and see something GREEN that
> smells GOOD.
>
>
>
> Zemuly Sanders wrote:
> I keep forgetting to tell you all that I recently noticed my winter
> honeysuckle (Lonicera fragrantissima) is blooming. I never even remember I
> have it until it blooms. What a fragrant reminder that spring will come
> again! I do love this old fashioned shrub. I got mine from suckers at an
> abandoned homestead nearby. It's got to be one of the easiest plants to 
> grow
> since it requires absolutely no care. I also checked out the Hellebores, 
> and
> they have doubled in size with lots of new growth. I'm expecting blooms on
> them in the next few weeks.
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN
>
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