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Japanese Honeysuckle

Posted: Wed Jun 22, 2022 10:42 am
by Mel
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The Japanese Honey Suckle, even though it’s a very pretty plant, is an invasive plant. In addition to being a popular ornamental for its showy, fragrant flowers, Japanese honeysuckle has been used in places such as highways to control erosion and stabilize banks, as well as winter forage for deer.