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hummersteve

Beware of Aphids--- This vine has no scent and is not invasive and is grown by many for attracting hummingbirds.


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courtneym

My coral vine has become infested with aphids just this year. Does anyone know how to remedy this situation? I'd hate to lose it now.

   
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Melton Kent
Where is the best place to buy this type honeysuckle
   

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