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Honeysuckle Honeysuckle Honeysuckle              Honeysuckle


Easy going Honeysuckle are a classic cottage garden plant and will fill the air with fragrance in the summer months.
Current Description
A semi-evergreen variety, these Honeysuckle make a fragrant gift to train up a wall, trellis, or over a pergola. They have been growing like mad and have loads of attractive dark green foliage, it is now getting to that time of year when they have stopped flowering, but can be planted straight out into the garden so they can settle in over the winter and put on lots of fresh growth and fragrant flowers next year. We will post new photos just as soon as we can.
1m tall including a deep 3L pot
Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Honeysuckle is a garden plant, great for summer scent, and a lovely way to brighten up a dull wall or fence. They will also be happy scrambling over a tree or a bush or up the side of a house. This variety is a semi-evergreen and semi-hardy variety Lonicera similis 'Delavayi' and produces creamy yellow flowers in mid to late summer.

If you want to enjoy your honeysuckle in a pot for a short while choose a cool spot if you can. The cooler the roots, the longer the flowers will last. After flowering, you can plant your honeysuckle out in the garden in a sheltered spot next to a wall or fence. Its roots should be cool and planted deep and the new shoots should grow freely towards the light. It will reward you with scented blooms every summer.

Whilst in a pot, your Honeysuckle will need to be watered regularly. Water thoroughly from the top every couple of days and let the excess drain away during the day. You may want to add an ordinary house plant feed to the water every week or so to help your plant continue flowering. Prune lightly after flowering for the best show next year.

Honeysuckle do well in a range of soils but do try and protect the roots from frost by planting near the house or by bringing the pot into a more sheltered spot in the winter.