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Most of us think of honeysuckles as twining climbers with pretty, scented tubular flowers, perfect for covering walls, fences and pergolas. But there are also evergreen, shrubby types that make an excellent honeysuckle bush, hedging or topiary. Both belong to the genus Lonicera and there are many different cultivars, hailing from Europe, Asia, the Mediterranean and North America. Lonicera periclymenum (wild honeysuckle, common honeysuckle or woodbine) is native to the UK.




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Climbing honeysuckles can be deciduous, semi-evergreen or evergreen, depending on the variety. Deciduous species tend to have a more spectacular display of flowers; the evergreen honeysuckle types bear smaller, less significant blooms but give foliage cover all year round.


Shrubby honeysuckles can be deciduous or evergreen. Evergreen types such as Lonicera nitida (now renamed as Lonicera ligustrina var. yunnanensis) have small leaves that are similar to those of box, and are often used to create a honeysuckle bush, hedge or even topiary. If you have had problems with box blight or box tree caterpillar on your box plants, Lonicera nitida makes a sensible alternative. Lonicera fragrantissima and Lonicera x purpusii are deciduous and bear deliciously scented flowers in winter.


Grow climbing honeysuckles in moist but well-drained soil in partial shade, ideally with the roots in shade but the stems in sun, such as at the base of a west-facing wall or fence. Give them a sturdy frame to climb up, such as a trellis or wire frame. Water plants in dry spells and feed with a general purpose fertiliser in spring. Grow shrubby honeysuckles in moist but well drained soil in sun or partial shade.


When planting any honeysuckle, dig in some well-rotted organic matter, such as garden compost or well rotted manure, into the soil before planting. Dig a hole that is the same size as the rootball, and plant at the same depth as the plant was in the pot. Mulch with organic matter to help with water retention. Water in well.


Climbing honeysuckles are self-clinging but require a helping hand when young. If you're growing one against a wall or fence, put up some galvanised wires and lead the plant to these by guiding the stems with a bamboo cane, or tie them in to a support.


Beware of the 'rain shadow' that can occur at the base of walls and fences, where rain doesn't penetrate the soil. Mulching around the base of the climbing honeysuckles in spring, with well rotted manure or garden compost, can help to retain moisture.


If your climbing honeysuckle is overgrown, renovate it in late winter by cutting it back hard. In this vintage clip from Gardeners' World, Joe Swift demonstrates how to prune honeysuckle growing on an obelisk:


Shrubby honeysucklesDeciduous shrubby honeysuckles can be pruned after flowering in late spring or summer. If your plant is very overgrown, you can cut it back hard in late winter or early spring. In this clip from Gardeners' World, Monty Don prunes a winter-flowering honeysuckle, Lonicera fragrantissima, showing where and how much to cut in order to generate new shoots that will carry fragrant blooms next winter and early spring:


Honeysuckle aphid can be a real problem for climbing honeysuckles. Leaves become distorted and curled as the sucking insects feed on the plant. The aphids excrete honeydew which then leads to sooty mould. Plants that are in poor health are more prone to infestation. Prune out very badly infested shoots, or apply an organic insecticide as a last resort. Plants are less prone to aphid attack if they are grown in partial shade.


Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina' is a vigorous, deciduous climber with scented, creamy white flowers that are streaked with raspberry red. It holds the prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM). Height x Spread: 7m x 3.5m


Lonicera 'Mandarin' is a new variety with striking but unscented orange flowers from June to August. It is a vigorous, deciduous climber. The new foliage is a rich bronze colour, before maturing to deep green. It holds the prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM). H x S: 6m x 2m


Lonicera japonica 'Halliana' is a vigorous evergreen honeysuckle that bears scented yellow and white flowers in summer. It has the prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM). H x S: 3m x 4.5m


Lonicera periclymenum 'Rhubarb and Custard' is an attractive and compact deciduous climber with large, scented flowers. As the name suggests, these are custard-yellow tinged with rhubarb pink. Suitable for smaller gardens. H x S: 2m x 1.5m


A new delightful, compact variety that doesn't climb, but forms a neat mounded shape. Its flowers, as its name suggests, are pink and pale yellow. It's perfect for growing at the front of a border, and is ideal for pots. H x S: 60cm x 60cm


Lonicera fragrantissima is known as the winter honeysuckle as it bears white, highly scented flowers on the leafless branches from January to March. This deciduous shrub is fully hardy. H x S: 2m x 3m


Lonicera pileata (box-leaved honeysuckle) is a dense evergreen shrub with small, box-like leaves, ideal for topiary or a dense, low-growing hedge. It bears small, creamy white flowers in spring and purple berries in autumn. It is a good alternative to box if box blight or box tree caterpillar is a problem. H x S: 1m x 2.5m


Some edible flowers may wilt or change color when exposed to vinegar, so if using a vinegar-based dressing on salads containing edible flowers, test it on a few blossoms ahead of time and/or add it at the last second.


Honeysuckle is an anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory herb that clears internal heat and relieves toxicity. It's also effective against acne, because of its ability to inhibit bacterial growth. Teasenz is proud to present you the highest quality wild grown honeysuckle (Lonicera Japonica) with a refreshing aftertaste, handpicked by our tea masters.


This Chinese herbal tea is very forgiving when it comes to brewing. Simpy add 2 or 3 grams of honeysuckle in your mug and steep it with hot water for about 2 minutes before you take a sip. The good news is that the flowers can at least be steeped for another round. For the second steep, increase the brewing time to 4 minutes.


Who says healthy herbs are boring? What many people don't know is that the tea liquor derived from honeysuckle is actually an excellent base for a delicious moroccan mint (but better!). Simply steep honeysuckle together with some mint leaves based on the brewing guide above.


Wild Honeysuckle tea can help to clean the body by flushing out harmful toxins that accumulate over time.When toxins are released from the body, the immune system is boosted and energy levels are increased. The wild honeysuckle herb has been praised for its detoxifying and medicinal properties. Moreover, it has been used to treat a variety of ailments, such as ulcers, sore throats, fevers and infections. One can easily detoxify and improve overall health by sipping some tasty wild honeysuckle tea.


The honeysuckle genus (Lonicera) includes both vining and shrub types. Many of the shrub forms are invasive in various parts of the country and should be avoided. However, most honeysuckle vines available to home gardeners are non-invasive and can be safely grown in the landscape.


Honeysuckle produces tubular flowers that grow in clusters at the branch tips, in colors from pale pastels to rich reds. Most varieties are heavily scented, with sweet nectar that is a food source for butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. Often the flowers are followed by small red or orange berries in the fall.


Ideal temperature range for growing honeysuckle vine is between 55 and 85 degrees F. Excessive humidity and poor air circulation can cause fungal diseases such as powdery mildew. In hotter climates, provide some afternoon shade.


For all honeysuckle vines, thin out congested growth and remove weak or damaged stems, which will allow for easier training. To rejuvenate older plants, hard prune plants to about 2 feet in early spring and tie in the new shoots to your support system.Pests and diseases:Honeysuckles are seldom troubled by serious pests or diseases, although they are susceptible to aphids and mites, which can easily be controlled with insecticidal soap. Also watch out for the development of powdery mildew on the leaves, especially in damp, humid environments. Pruning and thinning your vines to increase air circulation and light penetration are the best preventive measures.


Zones: 4-9Height/spread: Climbs 8 to 10 feet tall, 5 to 6 feet wideThe sweet, heady fragrance will fill your garden all summer long. Cheery lemon-yellow flowers bloom from mid spring to late summer, followed by scarlet red berries.


Zones: 4-9Height/spread: Climbs 10 to 20 feet tall, 2 to 6 feet wideMildew-resistant blue-green foliage contrasts beautifully with vivid red trumpets. Lightly fragrant flowers bloom from spring through midsummer, with sporadic rebloom through the rest of the season.


Clusters of bright orange-red flowers open to reveal yellow-orange throats for a luscious palette of tropical colors. Flowers bloom early spring to summer, with sporadic rebloom, and the blue-green foliage remains evergreen in warmer climates.


Golden yellow flowers bloom from June through November, creating a striking contrast with the deep blue-green foliage. Evergreen in warmer climates, with orange-red berries that offer winter interest.


Once of the best red flowering honeysuckle vines, the brilliant ruby-red flowers bloom from summer into fall. This variety blooms on both old and new growth, so it can be lightly pruned right after flowering to encourage repeat bloom.


Small enough to grow in containers on a patio or balcony, this dwarf cultivar produces large, multi-colored fragrant flowers from late spring to summer. Drought and heat tolerant, it remains evergreen in frost-free growing zones. 041b061a72


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