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In this impressive range of plants and seeds you'll find all manner of climbers from old favourites to more unusual varieties. They're perfect for covering walls, fences and sheds and many of them will fill your garden with a delightful scent.
LoniceraA highly unusual honeysuckle with grey-green leaves which resemble a Eucalyptus! This hardy climbing honeysuckle produces fiery flowers in late spring and early summer, in hot shades of red, orange, yellow and purple. The flowers make a striking contrast to the unusual cup-shaped bracts which form a collar around them, and are followed by bright red berries in the autumn. Unlike many Loniceras, Honeysuckle 'Firecracker' is not prone to mildew and has a neat growth habit, which makes it an ideal climber for small spaces. Stunning grown on walls, fences and in woodland gardens, in sun or partial shade. Height: 2m (6.5'). Spread: 1.5m (5').
Michael Perry says...
"If you want speed, colour and fragrance, choose honeysuckle! Quickly cover unsightly garden features!"
Honeysuckle 'Scentsation' (Large Plant)
Lonicera periclymenum, Common Honeysuckle, WoodbineThis delightful deciduous Woodbine bears showy, pale yellow and ivory blooms from midsummer to September, with a powerful sweet perfume. Glossy scarlet berries take centre stage as the scented flowers fade, providing plenty of late summer interest, and food for wild birds. Honeysuckle periclymenum 'Scentsation' makes a wonderful addition to cottage gardens. Let it climb walls and fences, or train it over pergolas and doorways where its fragrance can be really appreciated. Height: 7m (22’). Spread: 1m (3’). More info
Lonicera similis var. delavayi
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