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Dew drops on Honeysuckle.
By lovingnature from Maryville, TN
Did you know that you can lick the nectar of a honeysuckle flower. It taste very sweet. You should try it. It is a tradition of mine every spring as well as catch one lightning bug and then letting it go. Peace!
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This is close up of a beautiful honeysuckle plant my Mom has.
Source: My Mom's Garden
By Sherry from Poulsbo WA
Very pretty honeysuckle plant That's my first. I did not know of this plant. Thanks, good luck. (07/30/2009)
Wow thats really pretty.I have a Variegated Honeysuckle vine,totally different look.the flowers are half pink/orange/yellow,the Hummingbirds love it. Here's mine.Hope you enjoy.
Betsy 5b/n.e IN (08/03/2009)
Mythi do you know what the name of the honeysuckle is because it looks an awful lot like columbine. (08/03/2009)
It is a columbine I know I used to live in Colorado. It is the state flower I think. Check it out on the net. It is pretty. (08/03/2009)
Maybe they are different in WA but here in NC the honeysuckle flower is white. Either way, the aroma from it is one of my favorite first signs of summer! (08/03/2009)
That flower looks just like a columbine that I grew in my shade garden this year. Is it vining or a bush honeysuckle? (08/03/2009)
That is columbine. No doubt about it. My daughter has honeysuckle and it's a vine with white flowers that smell wonderful. Columbine has no scent. (08/03/2009)
Very pretty photo of this flower, regardless of what it is. Thank you for sharing such a gorgeous flower. (10/26/2009)
Thank you for sharing. It's beautiful. I'll bet the humming birds are happy to see it in bloom! (06/26/2008)
By Lisa Adams
Those are so beautiful, thanks for sharing!
Lisa in Indiana (06/26/2008)
Wow, very pretty! (06/27/2008)
Got some questions please I love honeysuckle bushes and they smell so great. First where did you get the plant and also where and how far did you plant from your house we have a small/medium back yard and are they easy to grow. (07/03/2008)
By Barbara Snyder