What’s in a name? In this case, everything. Honeysuckle ‘Scentsation’ will fill your garden with its sweet scent when it flowers in July, August and September. As well as smelling appealing, the hardy climbing shrub’s yellow and white blooms look spectacular, particularly when the plant is allowed to climb walls, fences, pergolas or doorways. As if this wasn’t enough to fulfil its promise of sensationalism, Common Honeysuckle also produces red berries in the late summer, which are popular with birds. Woodbine is therefore a firm favourite in cottage, woodland and wildlife gardens alike. Height: 7m (23’0); Spread: 1m (3’3).
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