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Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle

seeds of Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub to 14 feet. A woody, deciduous to semi-evergreen climber with mid-green, oval or obovate shaped leaves, and golden yellow flowers. seeds of Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub to 14 feet. A woody, deciduous to semi-evergreen climber with mid-green, oval or obovate shaped leaves, and golden yellow flowers.
Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle

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Seeds from Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub to 14 feet. A woody, deciduous to semi-evergreen climber with mid-green, oval or obovate shaped leaves, and golden yellow flowers. Flowers begin in late spring and continue sporadically until fall, depending on zone. This is an mildly fragrant vine especially suited to entryways. Evergreen in milder areas, partly or wholly deciduous in colder regions. Tolerant of deer, drought, heat & humidity, pollutio and rabbits. Hardy in zones 7-9.



Lonicera utahensis Red Twinberry Rocky Mountain Honeysuckle

8 seeds of Lonicera utahensis Rocky Mountain Honeysuckle Utah Honeysuckle or Red Twinberry. Shrub with spreading branches. Leaves oblong to lance-shaped, with rounded tip, few hairs only on underside. Flowers in pairs on single slender stalk to 1/2 in. long, bracts very small. Flowers white or pale yellow fading to salmon yellow, trumpet-shaped. Berries small, red, round, slightly fused. Grows in bogs, along streams, moist places.   It is in flower from Apr to May. Growing 4-6 feet in zones 4-9. 8 seeds of Lonicera utahensis Rocky Mountain Honeysuckle Utah Honeysuckle or Red Twinberry. Shrub with spreading branches. Leaves oblong to lance-shaped, with rounded tip, few hairs only on underside. Flowers in pairs on single slender stalk to 1/2 in. long, bracts very small. Flowers white or pale yellow fading to salmon yellow, trumpet-shaped. Berries small, red, round, slightly fused. Grows in bogs, along streams, moist places.   It is in flower from Apr to May. Growing 4-6 feet in zones 4-9.
Lonicera utahensis Red Twinberry Rocky Mountain Honeysuckle

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Seeds from Lonicera utahensis Rocky Mountain Honeysuckle Utah Honeysuckle or Red Twinberry. Shrub with spreading branches. Leaves oblong to lanceshaped, with rounded tip, few hairs only on underside. Flowers in pairs on single slender stalk to 12 in. long, bracts very small. Flowers white or pale yellow fading to salmon yellow, trumpet-shaped. Berries small, red, round, slightly fused. Grows in bogs, along streams, moist places. It is in flower from Apr to May. Growing 46 feet in zones 4 to 9.



Lonicera xylosteum | Emerald Mound | Fly honeysuckle

Here I am offering seeds from Lonicera xylosteum also known as Emerald Mound, Fly honeysuckle, European Fly Honeysuckle, Dwarf Honeysuckle, and Fly Woodbine. Lonicera xylosteum is a woody, perennial shrub that is 3 to 7 feet tall. The pubescent stems of this plant are hollow. The oppositely arranged, gray to green leaves are are usually obovate in shape. The upper leaf surface is glabrous when mature while the lower leaf surface is pubescent. The yellowish white flowers are borne in pairs on peduncles that are longer than the petioles. The flowers appear in late May to early June. The fruit are scarlet, spherical berries that are borne in pairs and ripen in the late summer to early fall. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 6.
Lonicera xylosteum | Emerald Mound | Fly honeysuckle

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Here I am offering seeds from Lonicera xylosteum also known as Emerald Mound, Fly honeysuckle, European Fly Honeysuckle, Dwarf Honeysuckle, and Fly Woodbine. Lonicera xylosteum is a woody, perennial shrub that is 3 to 7 feet tall. The pubescent stems of this plant are hollow. The oppositely arranged, gray to green leaves are are usually obovate in shape. The upper leaf surface is glabrous when mature while the lower leaf surface is pubescent. The yellowish white flowers are borne in pairs on peduncles that are longer than the petioles. The flowers appear in late May to early June. The fruit are scarlet, spherical berries that are borne in pairs and ripen in the late summer to early fall. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 6.



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