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As a comment about Honeysuckle (Lonicera 'Gold Flame'), ILPARW wrote:

This Goldflame Honeysuckle (Lonicera x heckrottii) is a hybrid species probably between Lonicera americana x Lonicera sempervirens that came from Willis Nursery in Ottawa, Kansas. Dr. Michael Dirr considers this as the most handsome climbing Honeysuckle, and I must say it does look really good.
Name: Carol
Nampa, ID (Zone 6b)
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Cedwards220
May 26, 2018 3:30 PM CST
I just bought this plant for so. Idaho (6b). The fragrance is amazing. Can you tell me how you overwinter it? Does it need to be cut way back, such as roses? or left tall? when do the berries show up? Thank You!
Name: Rick Webb
southeast Pennsylvania (Zone 6b)
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ILPARW
May 30, 2018 6:46 PM CST
No cutting necessary. It should be hardy to Zone 4. Just prune back when it twines out too far. No special over-wintering technique. It should not have to be pampered.

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