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Article: Native American Honeysuckles and their cultivars: Thank you, Glynis

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Southeast, NE
(Zone 5a)

November 11, 2007
3:35 PM

Post #4181820

We don't see many honeysuckles here, but I think they're supposed to grow here. I'll do more research. Thank you for a lovely article and the warnings about possible invasiveness. Trumpet vines are the big invasive one here. Thank you again! I need to get me some trellises...

KC Metro area, MO
(Zone 6a)

November 12, 2007
1:44 AM

Post #4183899

Thanks for the great article!! I wish more people would grow this.


Benton, KY
(Zone 7a)

November 12, 2007
3:36 AM

Post #4184198

I have a couple of these, and this article has made me resolve to get more. They are great plants!
No. San Diego Co., CA
(Zone 10b)

November 12, 2007
6:53 PM

Post #4185858've got me thinking about where I can put one. Thanks for the great article!


Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

November 18, 2007
2:40 AM

Post #4205180

Glynis, does this mean that my honeysuckle vines are invasive? I didn't buy them because they were or weren't native; I just liked the color. Is there a difference between the vines and "bush" honeysuckle?
xx, C
Ffld County, CT
(Zone 6b)

November 1, 2009
2:58 PM

Post #7229879

Adding my thanks for this article, Glynis! I love honeysuckle but have hesitated to plant one due to invasiveness. Now I know of another option. Thanks!

Hayesville, NC
(Zone 7a)

November 2, 2009
1:30 PM

Post #7233054

Glynis , thank you so very much!! I love honeysuckle, but am fighting the
Jap kind that is trying to smother me and mine.

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