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Lathyrus odoratus Barry Dare

Starter plant of Lathyrus odoratus Barry Dare. Bright red blooms on long stems are perfect for cutting on this prize winning sweet pea! Lathyrus odoratus in this color grouping tend to be less fragrant on the whole. Starter plant of Lathyrus odoratus Barry Dare. Bright red blooms on long stems are perfect for cutting on this prize-winning sweet pea! Lathyrus odoratus in this color grouping tend to be less fragrant on the whole.
Lathyrus odoratus Barry Dare

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Starter plant of Lathyrus odoratus Barry Dare. Bright red blooms on long stems are perfect for cutting on this prize winning sweet pea. Lathyrus odoratus in this color grouping tend to be less fragrant on the whole. Plant as early as your zone allows for best results, provide rich soil and support for climbing tendrils. Grows to 4 feet tall, and blooms all summer. Reseeds.



Lonicera periclymenum Serotina Honeysuckle Vine | Late Dutch Honeysuckle | Woodbine

Here I am offering a Starter Plant of Lonicera periclymenum Serotina Honeysuckle Vine, also known as Late Dutch Honeysuckle, and Woodbine. For easy color from midsummer till frost use this classic Woodbine Honeysuckle which likes to twine upward. It has a sweet smelling blossom against lush, blue green foliage. Crimson buds open into two lipped blossoms, which are red purple outside and creamy white within, followed by clear red berries. Lonicera is a large genus of mostly deciduous shrubs and vines from Europe, Asia, and North America. They are known for their brightly colored, and often fragrant flowers. The vines will grow readily in humus rich, well drained soil and are rarely troubled by insects, disease, or deer. This plant attracts its fair share of birds, bees, and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9
Lonicera periclymenum Serotina Honeysuckle Vine | Late Dutch Honeysuckle | Woodbine

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Here I am offering a Pint Plant of Lonicera periclymenum Serotina Honeysuckle Vine, also known as Late Dutch Honeysuckle, and Woodbine. For easy color from midsummer till frost use this classic Woodbine Honeysuckle which likes to twine upward. It has a sweet smelling blossom against lush, blue green foliage. Crimson buds open into two lipped blossoms, which are red purple outside and creamy white within, followed by clear red berries. Lonicera is a large genus of mostly deciduous shrubs and vines from Europe, Asia, and North America. They are known for their brightly colored, and often fragrant flowers. The vines will grow readily in humus rich, well drained soil and are rarely troubled by insects, disease, or deer. This plant attracts its fair share of birds, bees, and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9



Lonicera sempervirens Coral or Rose Honeysuckle

rose honeysuckle
Lonicera sempervirens Coral or Rose Honeysuckle

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Starter plant of 6-12 inch. This rose honeysuckle or Lonicera sempervirens vine grows to 15 ft along fences or can be trained into a shrub form. This very unusual variety produces these heavily fragrant flower clusters in the spring and again late fall and has very unusual rose tubes with bright yellow stamens. Very easy to grow and keep in bounds compared to other honeysuckles. Zones 4-11



Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle

Here I am offering a Starter Plant of Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub that grows to about 14 feet high. A woody, deciduous to semi evergreen climber with medium green, oval or obovate shaped leaves, and golden yellow flowers. The flowers begin in late spring and continue sporadically until fall, depending on your zone. This is a mildly fragrant vine, especially suited to entryways. It is evergreen in milder areas, and partly or wholly deciduous in colder regions. It is tolerant of deer, drought, heat, humidity, pollution, and rabbits. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9
Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle

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Here I am offering a Quart Plant of Lonicera sempervirens John Clayton Honeysuckle. A small to medium sized deciduous shrub that grows to about 14 feet high. A woody, deciduous to semi evergreen climber with medium green, oval or obovate shaped leaves, and golden yellow flowers. The flowers begin in late spring and continue sporadically until fall, depending on your zone. This is a mildly fragrant vine, especially suited to entryways. It is evergreen in milder areas, and partly or wholly deciduous in colder regions. This plant attracts birds, bees, and butterflies. It is tolerant of deer, drought, heat, humidity, pollution, and rabbits. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9



Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata

rose honeysuckle vining shrub Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata or Goldnet Honeysuckle, grows to 10 feet along fences or can be trained into a shrub form. The real attraction is the wonderful oval evergreen to semi-evergreen leaves are bright green laced with yellow. This very unusual variety produces the usual fagrant blossoms in the spring and again late fall.
Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata

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Starter vining shrub Lonicera japonica Aureoreticulata or Goldnet Honeysuckle, grows to 10 feet along fences or can be trained into a shrub form. The real attraction is the wonderful oval evergreen to semi-evergreen leaves are bright green laced with yellow. This very unusual variety produces the usual fagrant blossoms in the spring and again late fall. Hardy in zones 4-10 and is very easy to grow and does keep in bounds compared to other honeysuckles. Grow it as a twining vine up a small tree, fence or arbor or use it as a ground cover.



Lonicra Japonica Caprifoliaceae var. Halls Honeysuckle

Lonicra Japonica Caprifoliaceae var. Hall's Prolific. This vine grows to 15' along fences or can be trained into a shrub form. This very unusual variety produces the usual white and yellow and pink fragrant blossoms in the spring and again late fall and has very unusual bright pink tubes on the base of each blossom. Growing it in a shady location causes more pink blossoms to appear. Very easy to grow and keep in bounds compared to other honeysuckles. -Feel free to browse my flower photo gallery online.
Lonicra Japonica Caprifoliaceae var. Halls Honeysuckle

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Gallon Plant Lonicra Japonica Japanese Honeysuckle 'Halliana'. This vine grows to 15 feet along fences or can be trained into a shrub form. This very unusual variety produces the usual white and yellow and pink fragrant blossoms in the spring and again late fall and has very unusual bright pink tubes on the base of each blossom. Growing it in a shady location causes more pink blossoms to appear. Very easy to grow and keep in bounds compared to other honeysuckles. Zones 4-10



Lophospermum erubescens Pink Mexican Twist Creeping Gloxinia

 Lophospermum erubescens also known as Mexican Twist Lophospermum erubescens also known as Mexican Twist
Lophospermum erubescens Pink Mexican Twist Creeping Gloxinia

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2 year old plant of Lophospermum erubescens also known as Mexican Twist. This warmth-loving creeper from the Scrophulariaceae family of plants up to 9 feet tall is sometimes known as the climbing gloxinia from Mexico. Its pink flowers are rather like foxgloves, with downy, heart-shaped leaves and appear from late spring into summer. It enjoys full sun and reasonable soil. It grows well on a fence or could be allowed to ramble through a shrub or tree. It could also possibly be grown in a hanging basket. It sometimes will self-seed. It may become deciduous in areas with cold winters. It is related to Maurandya barclayana, which has dainty pink, purple or white tubular blooms. This plant is attractive to butterflies and/or birds. This plant is suitable for growing indoors. Requires consistently moist soil; do not let dry out between waterings. Hardy in zones 8a to 10b.



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