A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
Sure you could grow regular honeysuckle.
Or you could grow this lovely coral colored variety called Trumpet Honeysuckle.
Mr. Bunny prefers this. He feels the color compliments his skin tone nicely.
And he would be correct it does compliment his skin tone. It also looks very pretty hanging over the fence.
very very pretty. I love your garden. I wonder why we never get pictures of the fairies that surely live there?
We have this in our garden - I can see it from where I'm sitting :) It does complement Mr. Bunny beautifully!
Almost a coral color...nice!
ummmmm do i ever love honeysuckle, makes me hungry!
No wonder kitties spend important lounge time in your yard. So pretty.
As for me, I'll just grow whatever variety's in my yard after 80 years, and that would be the standard white variety. Too bad for me that no one thought this out in 1928.
That's so pretty. I have been wanting one of those white honeysuckle bushes for years, even though it's considered an invasive weed by many people. I have such fond memories of snatching the nectar from the stems as a child!!
In honor of those plastic trumpets at the World Cup? ;)
Mr. Bunny is so adorable, Pam. And the honeysuckle photos are beautiful! I love your garden photos. Keep 'em coming.
I don't know where you find the time for all your interests....food, gardening...books..cats (well I know they don't allow you to find the time, they demand it...LOL)Great photos.
I love the colour. Clever bunny !
The scent of honeysuckle is mesmerizing. I can see it has the same effect on Mr. Bunny.Mimi
Ah so pretty. And the bunny is right...he and the honeysuckle go perfectly together.
Gorgeous - at our previous house, we had 77 honeysuckle bushes lining the backyard. Spring was a celebration!
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