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A time to celebrate honeysuckle

2013-06-01 - 201 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Not everyone appreciated honeysuckle - some spend a lifetime fighting it, not knowing that it thrives on abuse. For those of us who celebrate its beauty and love the flavor of the evening hours when it is in full bloom, these days are heaven. There are patches of great honeysuckle beauty everywhere - often draped on a perfect backdrop of Eastern Red Cedar, often saddling long stretches of fence rows, or here, in at the entrance of the Trabue-Russell House, where, one would expect, the plant tolerated some extensive, well-intentioned domestication. In the background is Jamestown Hill, the Dr. Oris and Jessee Aaron house, and, up the hill, the home of Dr. Ron and Gayle Rogers.
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