Lonicera pilosa F&M 207

A smallish climber to about 3m in the wild state, with bunches of tubular orange-red flowers in May-June and pale-green, small, neat foliage. Originally collected at 2600m above Miquihuana, Tamaulipas State, NE Mexico. Admired by all here, climbing on a 1.8m wooden screen. Bone hardy, even to extreme cold, so why on earth is this not common in the UK?! It's because it is difficult to propagate...

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