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Lonicera periclymenum 'Sweet Sue'

Lovely short, bushy free flowering form of our native honeysuckle typical creamy yellow highly scented flowers June to September. Lonicera 'Sweet Sue' was found in a hedgerow and named after Roy Lancaster's wife. (one wonders whether it was the sweet scent or the short & bushy that made him think of her!!) The flowers are indistinguishable from any other clone with yellow flowers, but the habit is different and it really is shorter and more free flowering than most other forms.

Lonicera periclymenum 'Sweet Sue'

 

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