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90cm Honeysuckle 'Sweet Sue' | Lonicera Periclymenum | 3L Pot Climbing Plants

Honeysuckle 'Sweet Sue' | Lonicera Periclymenum | On a 90cm Cane in a 3L Pot

Lonicera 'Sweet Sue'

SKU: CLI0030

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Cottage garden charmer with clusters of creamy white blooms
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The Highlights

    • Clusters of creamy white scented flowers
    • Classic cottage garden aesthetic
    • Perfect coverage for a pergola
    • Bee-friendly and easy to grow
    • Abundant blooms from Summer to Autumn
    • Please Note: Our climbers are pruned back each winter, and some during the summer, so you may find at certain times of year they do not cover the whole 90cm cane. This is intentional to ensure the best growth when you plant out

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Know Your Plant

Supplied as:

3L Potted Plant

Height on arrival:

20-90cm
The height of your plant will be dependent on the time of year and pruning cycle. All climbers arrive on a 90cm bamboo cane.

Eventual height:

4-8m

Eventual spread:

0.5-1m
Reaches a spread of 0.5-1m after 5-10 years

Time to first crop:

Flower colour:

Frost white, Honey yellow
Creamy white flower clusters age to honey yellow throughout the season

Habit:

Climbing
Lonicera has a vigorous climbing habit and will flourish when twined around a fence, arbour or pergola

Hardiness:

Full Hardy
Hardy in most places throughout the UK even in the coldest winters. H5-6

Rootstock:

Spacing:

45cm
Planting Lonicera 45cm apart will give good even coverage. Your plants will also appreciate some vertical wire supports, again at 45cm intervals.

Care Guide

Excellent pest and disease resistance

If honeysuckle aphids appear, wipe them off and spray the leaves with soapy water. Spring feeding will help to prevent powdery mildew. MORE

Keep moist and water during dry spells

Keep soil moist, watering weekly in the warmer months and fortnightly in Winter if dry.MORE

Sun/Partial shade

Lonicera will be happy in sun or partial shade. Avoid strong sunlight, which can scorch your plant. MORE

Chalk/Clay/Loam/Sand

Lonicera thrives in any soil type as long as it is moist and well-drained. MORE

Feed in Spring

Feed with a general purpose fertiliser and mulch in Spring to help reduce the risk of powdery mildew.MORE

Annually

Prune in Autumn after flowering to keep Lonicera healthy and under control. MORE