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Author: Jennifer Forman Orth

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Thursday, May 26, 2005

Time Off for Bad Behavior  

No takers for the Guest Blogger position (my ego is crushed), so it looks like the ISW will be taking some time off - back on June 1st. Until then, please study this lovely photo of the invasive Bell's honeysuckle (Lonicera x bella), from a population in Quincy, MA. Very dark pink flowers, as found in its parent, Lonicera tatarica, but the leaves are quite hairy underneath, as found in its other parent, Lonicera morrowii.


Bell's Honeysuckle





1 Comments:

keep going

hello from Tasmania

By Blogger meika, at 6/01/2005 09:36:00 AM  

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