What Is Gold Flame Honeysuckle?


Goldflame Honeysuckle was created by hybridizing L. sempervirens and L. Americana, two other varieties of the plant. It is characterized by its fast growth rate and shrub-like appearance although technically the plant is a vine. The base of this
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