Layering a honeysuckle shrub

Layering a honeysuckle shrub

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Caption: Layering a honeysuckle shrub. Image 3 of 3. Gardener digging up a privet honeysuckle (Lonicera pileata) layer having separated it from the its parent stem. The plant can now be replanted as required. To see a sequence of the process, see B630/529 to B630/531.

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