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Lonicera Philip Harrington

Full Sun Full Sun
Hardy Perennial Hardy Perennial
Suitable for Container Suitable for Container
Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest
Scented Scented

Pots
from £5.00

£12.00
1 x 7cm pot
PT15LPH01-IN21
Delivered by 09th July 2021
£18.00
3 x 7cm pots
PT15LPH03-IN21
Delivered by 09th July 2021
£25.00
5 x 7cm Pots
PT15LPH05-IN21
Delivered by 09th July 2021

Description


Lonicera are frequently know as Honeysuckle, a name synonymous with summer and perfume. Honeysuckle produces sweet, scented flowers in the summer for you to enjoy and in the autumn red berries for the birds. This twining climber thrives in the British garden and the colours of this variety's flowers are very attractive. If you are interested in the reason this plant is known by two names; the popular name of 'Honeysuckle' was given because in olden times humans would eat the sweet nectar produced in the tubular flowers. The official name of Lonicera is derived from Adam Lonicera who was a renaissance botanist. Whatever you call this climber will not matter, because your honeysuckle will look good and your lonicera will smell good, growing in your garden.
Full Sun Part Sun/Part Shade
Spring Summer
6m (20 feet)
Pest Resistant Suitable for Container Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest Scented Climber Hanging/Trailing
180cm (72in)
No
Pots
Hardy Perennial
Lonicera
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How hardy are your plants?

All plants have a guideline temperature for how well they will tolerate winter cold.

FH - Fully hardy - will withstand temperatures down to -15 C (5F) and often lower.
H - Hardy - are happy down to at least -5C (23F).
HH - Half hardy - can withstand down to around 0C (32F).
T - Tender - may be damaged by temperatures below 5C (41F)
WT Warm temperate can withstand temperatures between 5-10 C (41-50 F)
ST Sub Tropical are happy in temperatures between 10-15 C (50 59 F)
TR Tropical can withstand temperatures above 15 C (59 F)

Please remember that temperatures can vary significantly within quite a small area, and hardiness can be affected by soil, position and other factors.

If in doubt, please do feel free to give us a call on 01386 562 999.

We offer plants in a range of formats so what you receive varies from plant to plant. The images below show what you will receive for each format.
More information on how to care for each format can be found below.

We deliver to all of our customers within the UK including the Highlands and Islands for just £4.95 per order.

Your order will be confirmed by email and each item ordered will have an individual delivery date. Your items will arrive before the dates given unless Mother Nature lends a hand by providing unseasonable weather. On these rare occasions we would update you by email.

Items may be sent together, individually or a mix of the two depending on the individual delivery dates and our final quality inspection.

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