The Q&A Archives: Finding Japanese Honeysuckle

Question: HELP!!! I'm running out of time. I want to plant Japanese Honeysuckle at the base of an arbor for my wedding. I need to know where I can get it and how quickly does it grow. I need the arbor covered, or at least pretty much covered, by July 18, 1998.<br><br>Any suggestions??

Answer: Loncera japonica (Japanese Honeysuckle) is the most vigorous of all the species, but it may not grow large enough to cover your arbor by mid-July. You can sure try, though. Northwest Nurseries, 8818 132nd. NE, Redmond, WA 98025 carries a number of honeysuckle plants. Their phone is (425) 822-0076. Congratulations to the newlyweds!

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