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  1. gail says:

    It’s lovely…gail


  2. Cinj says:

    Wow, that is really pretty. Does it have the wonderful honeysuckle fragrence too?
    I haven’t noticed a fragrance and even went out to smell it after you ask. I still don’t smell it but I see that Rob-Our French Garden–says it does. Maybe I just can’t smell with all these allergies.


  3. Heather says:

    Very pretty!~ I have one too and this will be the first year it blooms. I can’t wait!
    The blooms don’t last long but more keep coming every day. I see lots more on the new growth. It should grow the height of that porch post this year at the rate it’s going.


  4. Darla says:

    Love the soft pink. Ours is the old yellow type.


  5. Kim says:

    It sure is beautiful, so I can understand why you love it.


  6. myenglishcountrygarden says:

    I adore honeysuckle. I have it growing over the arches my old roses garden: the scent is just so fabulous isn’t it?
    I can’t smell it. Do you think it’s too young? Seems like blooms would be blooms you know. Rob says it has a fragrance. Maybe my nose is haywire. I want to come see if you did a theatre update.


  7. Hi Anna

    As it grows so will the scent.

    See–everyone is telling me it has a scent but that is news to me. I’ll stay tuned though and let you all know. I do love it right now while it’s behaving. I might have to keep the Fiskars handy.


  8. Phillip (UK) says:

    Isn’t that lovely. I have a lot of Honey Suckle including the variegated form and they are all lovely.
    Honeysuckle is new to me. I thought there was only that wild yellow kind that grows around here like mad. My neighbor things I’ve lost my mind planting it. I sure hope not but time will tell.


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