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Lonicera heckrottii 'Goldflame'

Throughout summer, Lonicera 'Gold Flame' bears whorls of tubular flowers, with an irresistibly rich, heady scent. The perfumed blooms are pink on the outside and orange-yellow within, followed by glossy red berries which are loved by birds. In sheltered gardens and particularly mild winters this…  More Info

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Lonicera fragrantissima

…white tubular flowers decorate the woody stems from December to March, often followed by dull red berries that provide food for hungry birds. Lonicera fragrantissima can be grown as a free standing shrub, but flowers at its best if trained against a wall where it will often remain semi-evergreen.…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Scentsation'

This powerfully sweet scented deciduous Woodbine brings pale yellow and ivory blooms from midsummer to September. As the flowers fade the interest is maintained with glossy red berries that will attract wild birds to feed. Honeysuckle periclymenum 'Scentsation' will be perfect to climb up walls and…  More Info

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Lonicera nitida 'Elegant'

A more compact cultivar than the species, Lonicera nitida 'Elegant' makes an equally good hedge. Small dark green leaves, densely packed onto long stems create a dense evergreen screen. Lonicera nitida 'Elegant' tolerates regular pruning and can even be used as an alternative to traditional Yew…  More Info

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Lonicera periclymenum

If you want to support wildlife in your garden, reserve a spot for Lonicera pericylmenum, our native honeysuckle. A natural inhabitant of woodlands and hedgerows, it suits just the sort of shady, rooty corner amongst shrubs which you’re not sure what to do with. It’s a hugely valuable…  More Info

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Lonicera japonica 'Red World'

If it’s fragrance that draws you to honeysuckles then the strong scent of ‘Red World’ won’t disappoint. Cascading over walls, fences and pergolas near a seating area it will perfume the air from spring to summer. In May, masses of attractive, deep red buds open into rich pink…  More Info

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Lonicera pileata

You can dodge the problems with box blight by choosing the Box-leaved Honeysuckle instead of traditional Box. Lonicera pileata plants are tough, quick-growing and drought tresistant. Box-leaved Honeysuckle is a low, spreading, evergreen shrub with glossy leaves. The display is enhanced by creamy…  More Info

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Lonicera henryi

Possibly the most reliable of evergreen Honeysuckles, holding its leaves in all but the coldest of winters. Lonicera henyri is a vigorous variety which bears handsome deep green, glossy leaves. The attractive foliage makes this honeysuckle a worthy substitute for evergreen climbers such as ivy, and…  More Info

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Lonicera heckrottii 'American Beauty'

Throughout summer, Lonicera 'American Beauty' bears whorls of tubular flowers, with an irresistibly rich, heady scent. The perfumed blooms are pink on the outside and orange-yellow within, followed by glossy red berries which are loved by birds. In sheltered gardens and particularly mild winters…  More Info

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Lonicera 'Golden Trumpet'

A vigorous climber, Lonicera ?Golden Trumpet? has bold, bright yellow flowers which look great in an exotic planting scheme with other vividly coloured plants. This Scarlet Trumpet Honeysuckle will twine around a pergola, over an arbour or against a trellis, the scent from its flowers pervading the…  More Info

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Lonicera japonica 'Repens'

This vigorous honeysuckle is usefully evergreen, providing all-year-round cover and screening. Lonicera japonica 'Repens' is clothed in purplish leaves and twining stems which will quickly scramble over a wall or trellis. From spring to late summer, it bears tubular, white flowers tinged with purple…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Winter Beauty'

The superb fragrant flowers of the shrubby honeysuckle Lonicera 'Winter Beauty' are a real treat in the depths of winter. Delicate creamy white blooms appear in clusters on bare stems and fill the air with their heady perfume. This spreading cousin of the well loved climbing honeysuckles makes an…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Belgica'

…through tree canopies. Its white flowers gradually turn yellow with rich red streaks followed by red berries. Flowering mainly in early summer, Lonicera periclymenum 'Belgica' may produce another flush of heavenly scented blooms in September and October. Height: 700cm (22?) Spread: 180cm (6?).…  More Info

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Tellmann's honeysuckle

…unusual colouring. Whorls of unscented, bright orange tubular flowers make a glamorous display from late spring to midsummer. Awarded an RHS AGM, Lonicera x tellmanniana is best grown in a sunny, south facing position. Ideal for suffusing wall and fences with tropical colour, or as part of an exotic…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Serotina'

Later flowering than many varieties, Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina' produces beautifully fragrant whorls of tubular flowers, in soft shades of pink and white. By late summer the blooms are replaced by glossy red berries that extend the display. This deciduous, twining climber makes a fabulous…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Hall's Prolific'

…yellow, followed by glossy black berries. Dark green foliage covers the twining stems and remains semi-evergreen in mild areas. This twining Lonicera thrives in most aspects but flourishes in dappled shade. Honeysuckle 'Hall's Prolific' a particularly useful climber for growing through deciduous…  More Info

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Nurserymans Choice Hedging

…Nurserymans Choice Hedging may include varieties such as: Castanea, Salix,Viburnum,Fagus, Rosa, Cornus, Populus, Quercus, Tillia, Euonymus, Carpinus, Lonicera, Ligustrum, Taxus, plus many more! To allow us to offer you such a good price, we can't take orders for specific varieties, but whatever…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Celestial'

Honeysuckle is a traditional cottage garden favourite for it deciduous twining stems and opulent display of summer flowers. With a lovely compact habit, Honeysuckle ?Celestial? is perfect for climbing over an obelisk to create a garden focal point. Whorls of apricot-pink flowers make a showy display…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Dart's World'

Honeysuckle 'Dart's World' produces clustered whorls of tubular pink blooms that gradually fade to buttery yellow. The fragrance is at its best when warmed by the sun, infusing the air with a sweet perfume. Flowering sporadically from spring to late summer, this climbing Honeysuckle provides colour…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Halliana'

Honeysuckle japonica 'Halliana' is a popular climber for its white and buttery yellow blooms from late spring into summer. The tubular flowers produce a sweet and irresistable perfume that lingers on the summer breeze. The rich, green foliage remains semi-evergreen in sheltered areas, providing a…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Dropmore Scarlet'

This vigorous climbing honeysuckle produces clusters of fiery red-orange flowers over a long period from July to September. Semi-evergreen in all but the coldest winters, Honeysuckle 'Dropmore Scarlet' will quickly cover walls, fences and pergolas with fabulous colour, providing year-round interest.…  More Info

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