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Lonicera subspicata var. denudata Rehd.

San Diego Honeysuckle Southern or chaparral honeysuckle is a straggling evergreen shrub that growsto 1 or 2 m high, is somewhat woody at the base, and generally climbs or reclines on other shrubs. Its leaves are widely elliptic to round-ovate, … Continue reading

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Lonicera subaequalis Rehd.

Deciduous climber. Leaves elliptical to oblong-obovate; the uppermost pair connate into a elliptic disk, 4 to 6 cm long, acute at both ends, separated from the pair below by a slender internode 4 to 6 cm long. Flowers in a … Continue reading

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Lonicera reticulata ‘Silver’

(Rune Bengtsson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Alnarp, Zweden, 1998) This is a great honeysuckle vine with pale blue-green leaves and pale yellow flowers, but what makes this a standout is the unique flower bracts that make the whole vine … Continue reading

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Lonicera ‘Ptit Globe’ FIRE CRACKER

(Peter Robert Moore, Longstock, Stockbridge, Hampshire, UK, 1990) (L. reticulata × L. dioica) A deciduous climbing shrub to 3 meter high with unscented flowers. This hybrid is very hardy, growing in any soil, sun or shade. It is a cracker … Continue reading

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Lonicera splendida Boiss.

Splendid Honeysuckle syn: L. implexa subsp. splendida (Boiss.) O. de Bolòs, J. Vigo, R.M. Masalles & J.M. Ninot (1990) Allied to L. implexa and L. etrusca: Leaves glabrous and glaucous. Flowers in a many flowerd, sessile head, yellowish white, tinged … Continue reading

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Lonicera japonica ‘Genbel’ SWEET ISABEL

(Peter Dealtrey, Maldon, Essex, UK, 2003) Leaves smaller than in all other cultivars. Flowers white, fading yellow, upperlip erect, lower excessively reflected, more than in other cultivars. The internodes of the flowering branches are very short, especially on the end … Continue reading

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Lonicera ‘Inov 42’ CAPRILIA EVER

(Sapho, La Ménitré, France 2008) (L. henryi × L. japonica ‘Aureoreticulata’) This hybrid shows a lesser development than its parent plant Lonicera henryi. This plant is a good flowerer in June. The flowers are small and displayed in groups that … Continue reading

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Lonicera implexa f. balearica D.C.

Syn. Lonicera balearica (Dum.-Cours.) DC Leaves larger than in cultivated forms and whorls of flowers fewer. This form is more common than the type, and occurs throughout the whole range of the species. This species is named after the Balearic … Continue reading

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Lonicera hispidula var. vaccilans

California Honeysuckle This honeysuckle is often seen climbing over shrubs on the edge of woodlands where its roots are shaded and its foliage is sun drenched. Small pink or yellowish flowers are sweet and pretty but not super showy. The … Continue reading

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Lonicera crassifolia ‘Little Honey’

(Huisman nursery, Boskoop, NL 2007) Ground cover; small evergreen rounded leaves overlap and are very decorative. In winter the leaves go deep red. Inflorescences: Axillary, paired, on 1.5 cm long stems, corolla 1.5 cm long with slender tube, bulging near … Continue reading

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