Thursday, June 3, 2010


At the college, there are two honeysuckle vines.

This one is called Dropmore Scarlet,

but I could not find a name for this paler variegated variety.

They are both beautiful, though.


MedaM said...

You took wonderful photos of this really lovely flowers. This Dropmore Scarlet I've never seen before. I love its color. My neighbor has honeysuckle in his garden but in yellow color and it smells so good.

Dar said...

The honeysuckle varieties you have there are gorgeous and big. Ours are the wild woodland varieties in pale yellow or light pink, both extremely fragrant. Love your photos

Tracy said...

Those are both LOVELY varieties! That Dropmore Scarlet just sizzles! Didn't know they came in such a bright color way. I favor the paler variety. But we sadly don't have honeysuckle here--I miss it! Happy Day, Judy ((HUGS))

Beth Niquette said...

Hello! I found you via Random Hearts. Clytie is right, you do take incredible pictures! These are the most beautiful Honeysuckle photos I've ever seen--they fill my eyes, which is the greatest compliment I can give.

joo said...

Beautiful flowers I they smell so lovely:)
Happy weekend to you!

Clytie said...

I love honeysuckles - I've never seen one so red before! Our native ones are orange and yellow, and I have seen some in gardens that are light yellow.


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