Too late?

Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by jessimeredith, Apr 29, 2006.

  1. jessimeredith

    jessimeredith That's relativity. Supporter

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    We'll be moving to the new place in a couple of months and I REALLY want some honeysuckle to grow on my barenaked fence surrounding the yard (for privacy and prettiness). Is it too late in the year to dig some up now, pot it, tend it and hope for it to survive it's replanting in mid-July or so?

    I'd rather wildcraft my yard plants then order them, but IF I have to order...where can I get the best bang for my buck? Herbs and easy to grow veggies included.
     
  2. Jennifer Brewer

    Jennifer Brewer Jennifer

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    boy, it's awful hard to kill honeysuckle. I'll bet it will live to see the day you wish you'd never planted it!

    On the side of the roads here in kc mo they have huge plantings of honey locusts with a shimmering white understory of honeysuckle. the smell with the windows down is to die for, the two look and smell so nice together.