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    mondomuse's Japanese Honeysuckle x 1 Transplanted

Plant: Japanese Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) |

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An easy to grow, drought tolerant fragrant vine. Well adapted to the heat and dryness of Southern California. Mild to moderate sweet honey-like fragrance. Can take over a garden and be invasive if not watched.


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  • skyfiery

    skyfiery wrote:

    Hey, I’m growing them right now from cuttings, too, taken from a person’s community garden. The flowers are white though, not yellow, for mine at least.

    Posted on 28 Aug 08 (over 6 years ago)

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