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Re: Lonicera prolifera

Chris, that looks a lot like the wild honeysuckle in the woods here in Idaho. Ours has an orange-red bloom and a brighter green leaf, but the form looks identical. Hope to see it in your catalog soon.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho, Noticed one of the white hyacinth is blooming today.
Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:
also experimenting with Lonicera prolifera; I have seeds from two
different sources and am trying to breed them for bluer foliage.  Here's
the one in my garden:


We'll see how they turn out!

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