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harvesting coral honeysuckle seeds?

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by chuckthegardener on December 10, 2004 07:42 PM
Does anyone know how to harvest coral honeysuckle seed? My coral honeysuckle produced some redish-orangish berries about the size of peas. Do I pick them off or what? If so, then what do I do? Do I plant them?

Thanks for any help

Chuck
by njoynit on December 11, 2004 04:46 AM
If they are like the other kinds of honeysuckle you would let them dry on vine.when can not squeeze and be softish.when the red/orange seeds dry will have smaller seeds inside.I have regular honeysuckle and has greenish/black seeds and as they dry they get smaller and are tiney tan ones inside.I pull them as they dry.

I'd even be interested in seeds.I don't have the red [Cool]

Check this out....
http://www.sd1new.net/GardenPages/coral-honeysuckle.htm

has a honeysuckle poem

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