Kintzley’s Ghost is a type of honeysuckle propagated by William “Red” Kintzley at Iowa State University greenhouses in the 1880’s. It was passed along to family members and was recently rediscovered growing in Colorado.When I first saw this plant at the demonstration garden in Colorado Springs I fell in love with it and didn’t not know its name and could never quite get a good photograph if it. Recently i discovered it in a neighbors’s yard near Garden Of The Gods park and she told me the story. In this piece I interpreted it by presented its ghostly side.
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