Common honeysuckle, Woodbine. Climber. White, very scented flowers flushed pink, turning yellow borne over long period mid to late summer. Followed by bright red berries. Deciduous. Moist but well-drained soil best. Sold in 9cm pots
(Caprifoliaceae). Honeysuckle, Woodbine. Genus of about 180 species of deciduous, semi-evergreen or evergreen shrubs and woody stemmed twining climbers widely distributed in the N. hemisphere where they grown in varied habitats ranging from woodland and thickets to rocky places. Fragrant flowers, tubular with spreading 2-lipped petal lobes followed by small spherical fruits (non edible). Leaves are borne in opposite pairs. Prune out flowered wood after flowering. Good for training on walls, fences and pergolas. Humus rich, moist soil, sun or part shade.