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Lonicera maackii Amur Honeysuckle

seeds of Lonicera maackii Amur Honeysuckle. An upright, arching-branched shrub to 30 feet  in height and spindly in forests. A multiple stemmed, dark-green opposite leaves, showy white to pink or yellow flowers seeds of Lonicera maackii Amur Honeysuckle. An upright, arching-branched shrub to 30 feet  in height and spindly in forests. A multiple stemmed, dark-green opposite leaves, showy white to pink or yellow flowers
seeds of Lonicera maackii Amur Honeysuckle. An upright, arching-branched shrub to 30 feet  in height and spindly in forests. A multiple stemmed, dark-green opposite leaves, showy white to pink or yellow flowers
Lonicera maackii Amur Honeysuckle

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Seeds from Lonicera maackii Amur Honeysuckle. A upright, arching-branched shrub to 30 feet in height and spindly in forests. A multiple stemmed, dark-green opposite leaves, showy white to pink or yellow flowers, and many orange to red berries. Exotic bush honeysuckles can rapidly invade and overtake a site, forming a dense shrub layer that crowds and shades any native plant species. Flowering April-June. Zones 2-8.



Lonicera periclymenum Graham Thomas Honeysuckle

seeds of Lonicera periclymenum Graham Thomas Honeysuckle.  A vigorous honeysuckle with cartwheel shaped blossoms made up of curved, tubular shaped individual flowers, which open white, but are reddish for most of the summer. The plants are vigorous twiners that climb quickly up trellis and arches. They are also good for training up into trees or covering unsightly objects in your garden. Prefer to be planted so the roots are in shade but the stems and flowers can grow out into sun. seeds of Lonicera periclymenum Graham Thomas Honeysuckle.  A vigorous honeysuckle with cartwheel shaped blossoms made up of curved, tubular shaped individual flowers, which open white, but are reddish for most of the summer. The plants are vigorous twiners that climb quickly up trellis and arches. They are also good for training up into trees or covering unsightly objects in your garden. Prefer to be planted so the roots are in shade but the stems and flowers can grow out into sun.
Lonicera periclymenum Graham Thomas Honeysuckle

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Seeds from Lonicera periclymenum Graham Thomas Honeysuckle. A vigorous honeysuckle with cartwheel shaped blossoms made up of curved, tubular shaped individual flowers, which open white, but are reddish for most of the summer. The plants are vigorous twiners that climb quickly up trellis and arches. They are also good for training up into trees or covering unsightly objects in your garden. Prefer to be planted so the roots are in shade but the stems and flowers can grow out into sun. Zones 5 to 9.



Lonicera quinquelocularis Translucent Honeysuckle

seeds of Translucent Honeysuckle Lonicera quinquelocularis. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub or small tree to 14 feet from the Himalayas has distinctively lattice patterned bark and velvety leaves. It produces its pale yellow and whitish honeysuckle blooms in pairs in early to mid summer, which are followed by small white berries that mature to almost transparent, showing the dark violet seeds within in early to mid autumn. Haedy in zones 5-9. Seeds need stratificatio at 40 degrees for 2 months in late fall or early spring. translucent honeysuckle
Lonicera quinquelocularis Translucent Honeysuckle

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Seeds from Translucent Honeysuckle Lonicera quinquelocularis. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub or small tree to 14 feet from the Himalayas has distinctively lattice patterned bark and velvety leaves. It produces its pale yellow and whitish honeysuckle blooms in pairs in early to mid summer, which are followed by small white berries that mature to almost transparent, showing the dark violet seeds within in early to mid autumn. Haedy in zones 5-9. Seeds need stratificatio at 40 degrees for 2 months in late fall or early spring.



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