Honeysuckle


We’re careful to confine the twining vines to the corner of the side deck. “Better go cut back that honeysuckle,” John will say one day in the fall when he’s looking for a little something to do. Come spring, the cascade of blossoms spilling over the railing is a wonder, sweet and generous in spite of us.

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  1. My absolute favorite thing about Late Spring is all the blossoms that sing.

    Especially the honeysuckle, which I grew up picking and enjoying all over the Appalachians, and I am still doing it to this day! Wonderful pics, and I really enjoyed the last one, which looked to me like some Japanese hand-drawn art on paper of honeysuckle.

    NB

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